EXTRA TIME: Darren Keet doesn't believe Kaizer Chiefs goal should stand

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This is another case of did it or didn't it cross the line and go in? Do you believe the ball crossed the line to the other side for a goal?

Is Bidvest Wits keeper Darren Keet just trying to rile up his rival club, Kaizer Chiefs?

No, he genuinely believes that Amakhosi's goal against Baroka FC shouldn't have counted. Keet points out on Twitter that the ball didn't cross the line, and that after that Chiefs attackers were off-side so the goal shouldn't count. Do you agree?

Can we see it clearly? In any case there's no VAR to know for sure. On Twitter there were some Chiefs fans who pointed out that Keet needs a new pair of glasses, but he comes back with freeze frame proof of his view. Who's side are you on?

The game ended 1-1 with Chiefs and Baroka sharing the PSL spoils, with Amakhosi's goal credited to Siphiwe Tshabalala from the free-kick so the officials concluded the ball crossed the line.

 

 

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