Having registered their first win of the season against Orlando Pirates, Cape Town City eye another big win against Kaizer Chiefs.
The Urban Warriors surprised the Buccaneers after going 2-0 up in the first 25 minutes. The Cape side eventually managed to hold the Soweto Giants and win the match 2-1 thus giving them their first win of the season.
High in confidence, Spurs next play struggling Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday night.
The Spurs match will be played behind closed doors, with only players, technical staff, match officials and stadium security permitted entry.
Spurs eyeing Chiefs scalp
This will give the Cape side an advantage especially given the fact that they are playing away.
“This situation is regrettable on a number of levels. Firstly, it deprives the multitude of Amakhosi Faithful, who back the team through good and bad times, from turning out in large numbers to express their solidarity with the team they love, playing the game they love to watch,” Amakhosi said in a statement.
The club said they have shared pictures and video footage with the law enforcement agencies and expects arrests soon.
” We are thankful to our stakeholders who have assisted in identifying these perpetrators. We trust these fans are dealt with harshly so that this can send a strong message to other fans who come to games to cause destruction and harm at our football matches,” Chiefs said last week.