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Kaizer Chiefs hosted a mini 5-aside tournament at Naturena on Saturday, November 4, 2023, as part of the TotalEnergies CAF AFCON trophy parade.

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Itumeleng Khune during the TotalEnergies CAF AFCON trophy parade at Naturena.

The club invited some of their legends and current players to participate in the tournament.

A Star-Studded Chiefs Line-Up

The Amakhosi team included former goalkeeper Aubrey Mathibe, current captain Itumeleng Khune, ex-skipper Lucas Radebe, former winger Jabu Mahlangu, retired defender Jimmy Jambo, and midfielder Willard Katsande, among others.

They faced other teams, such as the CAF Legends, the SAFA Legends, and the Media Team.

A Dominant Display

The Chiefs team showed their class and experience, as they won all their matches convincingly.

They scored around a total 15 goals and conceded less than five in the process.

Khune, who played as an attacker, scored the majority of the goals.

He also assisted most of his teammates’ goals alongside Mahlangu.

Mahlangu, Jambo, and Katsande also chipped in with goals.

The Chiefs team received their winners medals after the final.

They also posed for pictures with the AFCON trophy, which will be contested by 24 African nations in Ivory Coast in January 2024.

The event was a memorable occasion for the club and its fans, who enjoyed a day of fun and football at Naturena.

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