EXTRA TIME: Watch fans force themselves into Cape Town Stadium for Kaizer Chiefs match

Cape Town Stadium
The attendance was high for a number of PSL games this weekend, but did stadium security cope with the demand in Cape Town?

A Twitter video allegedly shows Kaizer Chiefs fans illegally getting through turnstiles to watch a PSL match against Cape Town City on Saturday.

Supporters were excited with the amazing atmosphere during the game with about 35000 spectators in attendance, but news is filtering through about an alleged disruption caused by some fans.

On the field Chiefs beat City 4-1 thanks to goals by Siyabonga Ngezana, two from Khama Billiat and one by Philani Zulu.

You can watch the video of fans at the turnstiles, as well as another video of the stadium in Cape Town.

There are more videos with Cape Town City, Orlando Pirates and Baroka FC singing their way through the tunnels.

Finally there's a video of Mamelodi Sundowns fans cheering for the players despite a 3-3 result against AmaZulu.




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