After a 3-0 victory, Kaizer Chiefs move up to second place in the PSL log table.
It was the first time this season that Amakhosi returned to FNB Stadium to play against the team of their choice, and they won.
Because of a weekend loss, Amakhosi entered the game in 13th place in the league.
The club was under pressure to produce positive results or else they would have fallen even further behind in the log standings.
Amakhosi moved up to second position, barely ahead of Mamelodi Sundowns Pirates, after this evening's victory.
So far this season, Amakhosi have scored three points in two games.
A single goal was also allowed by the team in their season-opening match against Royal AM.
It is still possible for Pirates to reclaim third position when they return to action on August 10th.
Buccaneers fourth after first match day with three points, one goal scored and zero goals conceded.
Ashley Du Preez opened the scoring for Amakhosi in the fifth minute, capping an outstanding display against the team's preferred opponents.
Despite taking the lead early, Amakhosi did not relent, and in the 25th minute, Keagan Dolly scored his first goal of the season to give the team a two-goal advantage.
First and second-half chances were missed by both sets of players from the opposing team.
Second-half striker Shabalala netted the Chiefs' third goal of the match.
Amakhosi collected their first three points of the season with a 3-0 victory in this match.
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