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Kaizer Chiefs thrown under the bus as Twitter reacts to their recent defeat.

Kaizer Chiefs suffered an unfortunate 2-1 defeat to Black Leopards after a promising lead, and this is what people had to say about the defeat on Twitter.


Kaizer Chiefs played against Black Leopards in the Dstv Premiership after they returned from their CAF Champions league spell away at Simba. Kaizer Chiefs lost their previous fixture against Simba and were expected to make a much better impression against Black Leopards.

Kaizer Chiefs opened the scoring in the match when David Leonardo Castro scored to open the scoring in the match. Kaizer Chiefs unfortunately failed to keep their defence up and conceded two goals which saw them lose the match 2-1 in the end away at Black Leopards.

Black Leopards player Tiklas Thutlwa scored both goals in the match with assistance from Tsheamo Mashoene and Tebogo Makobela.

Kaizer Chiefs official Twitter page released a tweet of the score results on their page which has confirmed that Black Leopards won the match at 2-1, and this is what people tweeted on the subject matter.

The picture above were the tweet on Kaizer Chiefs official Twitter page and the tweets that came through regarding the match results were not very positive or inviting.

Some people tweeted how bad the coach were, and only a couple of people wrote tweets which have hopes. Some of the players in the Kaizer Chiefs squad were also individually attack for their poor performances.

Check out the list of tweets below which people, supporters and non-supporters tweeted and retweeted how they felt about the results.

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Source : https://twitter.com/KaizerChiefs/status/1397558940968263684?s=20

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Black Leopards David Leonardo Castro Kaizer Chiefs Simba Tiklas Thutlwa

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