Kaizer Chiefs won't play mainland football next season in the wake of playing to an engaging 2-2 draw against Swallows, who will contend in the transfer end of the season games.
Result: Kaizer Chiefs 2-2 Swallows
Date: 21 May 2022
Venue: FNB Arena
Arthur Zwane gave a review to Bernard Parker who came in for Leonardo Castro, while Njabulo Ngcobo and Kearyn Baccus additionally got back to the Chiefs line-up. Swallows came out terminating with their status on the lines, as Kamohelo Mahlatsi and Mwape Musonda wasted great possibilities inside the initial five minutes. Chiefs made a sluggish beginning to the challenge however figured out how to get the initial goal when previous Swallows star Ngcobo gestured home a cross from Reeve Frosler for his most memorable goal for the club.
The guests ought to have evened out issues not long before the hour mark when Solomons did well to choose Musonda, who headed over the crossbar with just Bruce Bvuma to beat. Dylan Kerr's side kept on compromising as Mahlatsi went close with a strike on 33 minutes before Lebohang Mokoena's volley was kept out by Bvuma a couple of moments later.
Swallows nearly got their award not long before the stretch, with Junaid Sait transcended his marker to meet an out-swinging corner that was parried away by Bvuma, who almost gifted the balancer seconds some other time when he spilled Solomons' cross onto the woodwork.
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