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Kaizer Chiefs slump to Santos defeat

Posted: 10 November 2010 Time: 21:30

Kaizer Chiefs’ unbeaten record in the Absa Premiership came to a surprise end at the Rand Stadium on Wednesday evening as they lost 1-0 to Santos.

The People’s Team deployed a conservative approach for much of the match, but stole the points on with a late goal from Sekou Camara.

The first half produced little in the way of goalmouth action or scoring chances, though Chiefs came closest to breaking the deadlock when Siphiwe Tshabalala rattled the crossbar with a 20-metre free-kick in the 15th minute.

Reneilwe Letsholonyane was the main orchestrator in midfield for Chiefs and wasn’t afraid to try his luck with long-range shots, such as in the 35th minute when he fired a low, left-footed effort just wide.

As the first half began to wind down, Santos slowly began to come to life, though the most they could offer in attack was a Tyren Arendse shot that flashed wide of Itumeleng Khune’s left-hand upright.

In the second half Santos upped their game significantly, looking a lot more composed and comfortable.

Yet it was still Chiefs who were creating the better opportunities and Letsholonyane twice came close with long-range shots, stinging the palms of Tshepo Motsoeneng in the 76th minute and firing a fierce effort just wide less than 60 seconds later.

On 85 minutes a Santos counter-attack produced the best scoring chance of the game, but Graham King fired wide of the target with only Khune to beat, though the keeper deserved credit for rushing off his line to put the midfielder under pressure.

Yet if Santos thought their time to win the game had passed, they were wrong. Just two minutes later a corner-kick routine saw Musa Otieno head back across the penalty area from the far post and, after Chiefs had failed to clear the ball, Camara pounced to score the winning goal with a powerful header.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 09:35 pm
Thank you chiefs for respecting our space. The league is where we belong. It is actually going back to pretoria but not to the boys in blue but ka bo yellow.
Anonymous
posted: 09:35 pm
Eissssssssshhhhhhhhh...where are they now?????? Shaaaaaaaaaapaaaaaa Bobbie shaaaaaaaaapaaaaaaaaaaa! Is the excuse gonna be "our focus was on the derby"...lol.
Anonymous
posted: 09:38 pm
khoza's dogs its time to bark, time to shoot in the air with your ilegal pistols, time to celebrate

Love & Peace...Black & Gold
Anonymous
posted: 09:38 pm
Viv Tshepo Motsoeneng viv! He should be in Bafana squad!
Anonymous
posted: 09:39 pm
eish...
chiefs lost, pirates drew.

5000 fans attended chiefs game against santos.
10000 fans attended pirates - amazulu game.

and chiefs were at home. so they must stop telling us about empty stadiums.
Anonymous
posted: 09:39 pm
Santos jou lekker ding. He he clean sheet. He he ubeaten run kuphi khona. Pirates just finish them off over the weekend. Balahlile labantu. Shapa Santos shaaaapaaaa!!!
Anonymous
posted: 09:40 pm
well unlucky Pirates will try next time.
hahahaha uKing uyisangoma as uthe Chiefs will lose against Santos,coz they are scared 2lose their unbeaten record against us.KIng uyiskhokho mfana ngikuthulela isiqcoko.
Anonymous
posted: 09:44 pm
They were scared to loose vir ginity to an old man,so they setled for the skiny leker ding van die kaap
Anonymous
posted: 09:45 pm
Listen to them they will complain about Nkomazi oopps i mean Lebese penalty forgetting that Bobby asked the ref last week to give them a penalty against Free State Stars as they desperately need the moola. So cabbages get it through your skulls there was no penalty cos u got it last week.
sheareh
posted: 09:45 pm
santos why? why? why?, we were supposse to be the once who end this lucky unbeaten string, but anyhow shaaaapa santos shapaaaaa. Where is Baba Mthethwa?, olla sa mmakutsana.
Anonymous
posted: 09:48 pm
they cant cease to amaze me,eish kaizer's chicks,as for ma team bucs didnt play so bad either goodluck 4 saturday
Total Football
posted: 09:49 pm
Oh this team is disgruntled and they are dreaming and think they can beat the mighty buccaneers.no ways!damn.only in their widest dream.there is no such thing like the players will be motivated by the derby.we are surely going to beat them big time!
Mriyo (B2B Trebble Champs not a fluke double)
posted: 09:50 pm
Amazing,dis match ended last bt sumhow its alredy updated,so results of matches dat finished earlier wil cum last Mrs Editor?Where is All PSL Trophies to update site?
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 09:52 pm
I think it's good that we lost to Santos. Come Saturday the boys will play without any pressure. I have a strong feeling that the laws of averages are now on our side.
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 09:54 pm
Pierats must be very worried. First, the incentive of being the first team to beat the Mighty Amakhosi is gone. So how is Krol gonna motiavte his average team ? I see us giving the rats a good hiding on Sat.
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 09:56 pm
Eish, thank you Santos for beating us. This means a certain team will have to suffer the backlash this coming weekend. And again this means we are guaranteed to reach the finals of the Telkom Cup. Santos will not be lucky next time. And they know it.
The Ghost
posted: 09:57 pm
Lucky Chiefs had to surrender their unbeaten record before they met us; it will make the loss to Pirates a little bit easier.
roshu
posted: 09:59 pm
I would like to hear what that palooka baba mthethwa will say. That moron makes me sick. Pirates must just finish the job. Moer this this broke loosers. eish?
Anonymous
posted: 10:00 pm
The unbeaten nonsense is over.
Real Champ T'zozo
posted: 10:01 pm
I feel sorry for Pierats. Their psychological advantage is all gone. The unbeaten pressure on the mighty KC is gone. Contrary to all the noise made during the week the Rats are an average outfit. We go into Saturday's match as "underdogs" and the rats would not like it.
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