Kaizer Chiefs Reserves Were Trolling Their Opposition By Dabbing On The Ball
I predict that this article is going to be a tough one to write due to my lack of knowledge on South African football but Kaizer Chiefs absolutely destroyed their opponents with dabs and other skills that did nothing but embarrass.
We've all come up against players, be it in real life or on FIFA, who are infinitely better than us, know it and make sure we can't forget it when they come up against us by totally embarrassing us.
If that's never happened to you then I'm jealous and realise that it just proves that I'm a bit rubbish at both real life football and the virtual stuff. Oh my god I can't believe it, I really am that bad.
Anyway those of us who don't know much about South African football probably have at least heard of some of the teams with Kaizer Chiefs being one of those teams, helped no end by the name of the band.
Yesterday their reserve team took on Platinum Stars reserves and were 4-2 winners. But the match wasn't notable for the scoreline but did go viral because of the skills the young Chiefs were showing off with, including dabbing on the ball. If this happened in England there'd be riots.
The side young team with their two goal advantage were trying to run down the clock and it's certainly a different tactic for time wasting than the usual running the ball into the corner or throwing yourself to the ground to win a needless free kick.
Studs up tackles is what they need lmao- Mondli'Is'Too'Wavy (@Stu_gmlk) February 17, 2018
That's what we call south African football :joy::joy:- Peter Mokatse (@peter_mokatse) February 17, 2018
Interesting to watch but taking us nowhere. Our players so skillful but don't know how to use their skills in an effective way. Will all that skills and yet can't go pass your opponents, and we have to praise that. It's good at that level where there's nothing much to play for.- MGG (@Magugues) February 17, 2018
Pity, not enough of this young talent gets progressed to the first team.- Vladimir Van Dumza (@Duma_ts) February 17, 2018
It seems the showboating is getting a very mixed reaction.
What do you think?