There was a late show in the DStv Premiership match among AmaZulu and Kaizer Chiefs played at Durban on Saturday evening. The match finished 1-1, however the match's feature was made in the 94th moment when Chiefs was granted a punishment by the official Jelly Chavani. Bosses marquee marking - Keagan Dolly - moved forward to change over to safeguard a point against AmaZulu.
Many considered the punishment as questionable, very much like the previous Premier Soccer League official Ace Ncobo. The previous regarded official has at long last ended his quietness on the punishment granted to Chiefs.
Said Ncobo, "An official settles on an idiotic choice in a match. And afterward a flood of put-downs stream towards Ace Ncobo! Allow me to apply to be a football god who can find ahead of time when officials are going to settle on such choices and afterward impact them. Any sangoma out there please!"
Do you think it was a right choice to grant Chiefs a punishment?
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