Amakhosi; 5 wins from 7 matches

Kaizer Chiefs, or how fans like to call them, Amakhosi, made five wins from seven matches over this season. They are clinging to the spot after their weekend’s Absa Premiership action, keeping their place at the top.

Chiefs continue their impressive form early in the 2019/2020 season. Their latest success with victory 1-0 over Baroka FC at FNB Stadium made quite a difference. It saved their place on the top of the PSL log. Kaizer Chiefs are currently carrying the most points in the Absa Premiership, which is 16.

Baroka FC claimed a shock 1-0 away win over Kaizer Chiefs at FNB Stadium in Soweto on Saturday evening to give their battle against Absa Premiership relegation a major boost.

Amakhosi; success in 2019/20 season

The latest match against Baroka brought them three points. They collected 16 points from a possible 21, having picked up only one draw and one defeat so far during this season. Coach Ernst Middendorp’s charges have shown strong resurgence. When we compare it to the end of the 2018/19 season, it is obvious he worked hard to improve.

Kaizer Chiefs booked their spot in the 2019 Nedbank Cup final with a thrilling 4-2 win over Chippa United at the Nelson Mandela Stadium in Port Elizabeth

Their previous season ended in a paltry ninth position before they went on with losing out on the Nedbank Cup to first division side TS Galaxy. Amakhosi will be buoyed by their leading position in this season even though Mamelodi Sundowns and Bidvest Wits have a two-game advantage over them because of CAF inter-club commitments. Amakhosi will turn their attention towards Golden Arrows who will visit the Calabash on Tuesday evening.

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If you want to see their performance in detail, check the PSL results to see all of their matches together with results. Kaizer Chiefs are a successful club with a long history, so if you don’t know much about it, browse Soccer 10 for answers. Will Chiefs win the title this season? What do you think?

Highlights on the game between Amakhosi and Cape Town City in the Absa Premiership 2019/2020.