Maritzburg United defeated 3-0 by Kaizer Chiefs in a thrilling match. Check out the goals from the game below.
It's possible you missed Kaizer Chiefs' match against Maritzburg United. No need to weep any longer; we've included some match highlights below for your viewing pleasure.
At the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, Kaizer Chiefs crushed Maritzburg United 5-0.
Mduduzi Shabalala, Ashely Du Preez and Keagan Dolly scored the Glamour Boys' three goals.
The ruthlessness displayed by Kaizer Chiefs in front of goal was evident in this match, in my opinion.
This might have been a 5-0 beating, but they squandered other chances to make it even worse. The Kaizer Chiefs have finally delivered on their fans' expectations by fielding a team that plays with passion and vigor.
Although the season is still young, this is the team's very first win. No offense, but United isn't the top team in the division based on their victory over Maritzburg.
The fact that Sundowns will play their club this weekend is good news for their supporters, who will get to see their team play a much stronger opponent.
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