It all ends in tears for Chiefs as Downs crowned

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Khama Billiat scored against Baroka at Bidvest Stadium, but his joy was short-lived as Kaizer Chiefs could only manage a 1-1 draw against the Limpopo side. Picture: Muzi Ntombela / BackpagePix
Khama Billiat scored against Baroka at Bidvest Stadium, but his joy was short-lived as Kaizer Chiefs could only manage a 1-1 draw against the Limpopo side. Picture: Muzi Ntombela / BackpagePix

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It was a campaign marked by twists and turns right up until the final day of the Absa Premiership yesterday.

It ended in tears for Kaizer Chiefs as Mamelodi Sundowns snatched the league title from right under the noses of the Amakhosi side, who’ve been top of the table since September 28.

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