Kaizer Chiefs have been struggling and would take whatever comes their way, they would celebrate any goal even if it's half a goal, even if it's Offside, as long as the referee did not blow, Amakhosi would celebrate.
The amount of pressure they are under sees them having to settle in celebrating an offside goal scored against SuperSport United by their versatile player Reeve Frosler.
The Amakhosi defender won the ball inside the box and curled it onto the far upright to beat the Bafana Bafana International goalkeeper Ronwen Williams hands down, but there were three Chiefs players who were metres offside.
Three of Chiefs' players found themselves in an offside position when the ball was floating into the net, and that should have been called for offside, how does that goal stand?
Amakhosi have a been deemed to be the team that uses the 'Brown Envelope' to make things happened, and today was one of those days where the envelope did work for them.
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