Kaizer Chiefs did it the hard way last night.
What did we learn from their come-from behind victory over SuperSport? Here are the best facts & figures courtesy of our friends over at Opta Jabu. That includes Gavin Hunt’s terrible record against clubs he’s previously managed.
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Kaizer Chiefs 2-1 SuperSport: What we learned
- Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana is the second player from Burundi to score a league goal for Chiefs, after Valery Nahayo.
- Gavin Hunt has now won just one of the last 13 matches against clubs that he’s previously managed (P12 W1 D5 L7).
- Chiefs have won more points in home matches than any other DStv Premiership side this season.
- Kaizer Chiefs have won a game where they conceded the opening goal for the first time since June 2021, with Arthur Zwane & Dillon Sheppard overseeing that come-from-behind win vs Golden Arrows.
- Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana is the first player to secure a brace in a league game this season for Chiefs, and the first overall since Khama Billiat in November 2021 (v Swallows).
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