AmaZulu owner Sandile Zungu is a heartbroken man and he is not even hiding his emotions. Zungu has spoken out about how his side was robbed of three points when they faced Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday evening.
Usuthu, as they are also known had just two minutes left to seal a win and collection of maximum points when the referee handed Chiefs a faulty penalty which Kegan Dolly took and equalized.
There has been public outcry over the referring situation in local football scenes as silly mistakes have caused many clubs in their quest for championship.
In a tweet, Zungu said, "💔💔I’m gutted 😭 the best player for @KaizerChiefs the Man of the Match we shall never forget(angeke size sikhohlwe) @AmaZuluFootball this is crime scene 🤞🏾
Meanwhile, Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter praised his side's never-say-die attitude after their 1-1 draw with AmaZulu.
Chiefs appeared to be heading to their fifth defeat of the season after Luvuyo Memela's strike put Usuthu in front but Amakhosi won a penalty in the third minute of stoppage time, which Keagan Dolly converted to claim a share of the spoils.
And Baxter praised his side for never giving up and playing right up until the final whistle.
"Very good game of football I thought," he told SuperSport TV. "
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