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Kaizer Chiefs edge Golden Arrows in a five goals thriller away in KwaZulu-Natal.

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Amakhosi Dstv Diski Challenge players celebrating their victory away at Golden Arrows.

Chiefs went into their clash at Chatsworth Stadium at the back of two match winless run, having suffered a 1-0 loss to Mamelodi Sundowns and 1-1 draw with Moroka Swallows.

Chiefs Without Key Players

The club’s head coach, Vela Khumalo, was missing three key players Puso Dithejane, Omega Mdaka, and Siyabonga Gumede who are said to be on their way out of the club.

First Half

Despite a good start to the match, the young Glamour Boys went into break trailing one-nil thanks to 39th strike from Sithole.

Second Half And Comeback Win

Amakhosi hit back 12 minutes to the second half as Manqoba Ozoemena and Siphesihle Tati quick double strike handed them the lead.

Arrows equalised in the 75th minute through Ncwane, but Chiefs managed to walk away with all three points after Ndamane’s late strike.

Chiefs Tied Top Of The Table

The victory see Amakhosi go tied first with Sundowns at the top of the table with 14 having played a game extra.

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