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In a thrilling MTN8 clash between Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns, emotions ran high as the game reached its climax.

Junior Khanye
Former Kaizer Chiefs star Junior Khanye with South African music superstar Refiloe Maele Phoolo popularly known as Cassper Nyovest.

While the match ended with Sundowns advancing to the next round on a 3-2 aggregate score, it was a late incident that has captured the attention of fans and pundits alike.

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Dying Minutes Penalty Incident

In the dying moments of the game, with Kaizer Chiefs desperately searching for an equalizer, an incident occurred in the Mamelodi Sundowns’ penalty area that left many Chiefs players appealing for a crucial spot-kick.

Thapelo Maseko, trying to clear the ball, made contact with Amakhosi’s attacking midfielder, Mduduzi Mdantsane.

The Chiefs players were convinced that this was their opportunity to level the score and take the match to a penalty shootout.

However, the match official had a different view of the situation.

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Referee decided not to award the penalty, much to the disappointment of Chiefs and their supporters.

Junior Khanye On The Penalty Appeal From Kaizer Chiefs 

But it’s the opinion of former Chiefs star and current Match analyst for iDiskiTV, Junior Khanye, that has added an interesting perspective to this contentious moment.

Khanye, who is known for his insightful analysis of football matches, shared his thoughts on the incident.

He believed that the contact between Maseko and Mdantsane was not substantial enough to warrant a penalty.

In his view, the referee made the correct decision by allowing play to continue.

This viewpoint raises questions about the fine line that referees walk when making crucial decisions in high-stakes matches.

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The nature of contact in football can be subjective, and in this case, it seems that Khanye’s analysis aligns with the referee’s judgment.

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2 thoughts on “Junior Khanye: It Was Not A Penalty For Me

  1. Tt says:

    This one still looking for a job at Sundowns.

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