Former Kaizer Chiefs attacker was on fire tonight sending his former side straight to Relegation zone. Amakhosi hosted the Black Leopards in Johannesburg where it was expected that they might turn tables.
Karuru scored a brace against Amakhosi.
Kaizer Chiefs 1-2 Leopards
Unfortunately the suffering continues as they lost to Leopards for the first time in history. Amakhosi are coming from CAF Champions League were they did well and progressed to the next stage of the competition. Being beaten by Leopard was something unexpected since they announced the Return of their number one goal scorer Samir Nurkovic.
Unfortunately he was not there to bail them out. This is season is just a disaster as they are losing almost all the games now. The management must act. The same team with just one player exiting to join Mamelodi Sundowns, they went all the way to almost win the Absa Premiership League cup.
If the Amakhosi management are not doing anything about this then they must just prepare for their new rivals for next season to Sekhukhune fc, Jomo Cosmos, Cape Town All Stars etc.
Amakhosi Goal scored by Ngcobo.
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