Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe put his name down in the history books of American soccer!

The Zimbabwean defender, who currently plays for Houston Dynamo in the MLS, created history!

Hadebe produced a 101st minute equalizing goal for his side against Dallas FC.

Reports from America confirmed the former Kaizer Chiefs man scored the LATEST non-penalty goal in MLS history.

Take a look at the incredible moment below:

In other trending news, Kaizer Chiefs fans were left highly confused after a mystery striker was spotted in pictures posted by the club’s social media team.

The Glamour Boys partook in a friendly clash against Marumo Gallants over the weekend. While Chiefs were on the losing side, the images from the clash sparked a massive debate.

An unknown lanky number seven was spotted in Kaizer Chiefs Colours during the clash! But who exactly is he?

According to reports Burundian forward Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana is on trial at the Glamour Boys.

The well traveled striker is hoping to impress at Chiefs and an insider has since provided more information on the striker!

Who is Kaizer Chiefs mystery new ‘seven’?

“The boy is a good towering striker who I think has the ability to make the cut at Kaizer Chiefs,” Burundian legend Aime Kitenge told KickOff.

“He is a goal poacher of note. A proper finisher. He is still young, and the plus is that his height makes him effective in the air when crosses are coming in.

“Once he can adjust to what Chiefs need then he will deliver the goals for them. I have no doubt in the boy’s abilities but rather a case of him adjusting to the environment here.

“But luckily he has been in Europe so this will not be a new experience at Kaizer Chiefs.

“He can make it if he stays calm and composed. The challenge with trials is that it is a new environment that you should know how to handle,”

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Sibusiso Mabiliso of Kaizer Chiefs. Photo: Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix


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