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Cape Town City Hilariously Make Fun of Kaizer Chiefs’ Chips After League Victory
- Cape Town Cty know how to poke fun at the opponents after beating them in a game
- Kaizer Chiefs recently launched their own brand of chips, which caught fans off guard
- City's admin team created their own mock chips with three points after they beat Chiefs again
Victory isn’t enough for Cape Town City.
The Mother City side beat Kaizer Chiefs 1-0 at the FNB Stadium, adding to their impressive record against The Glamour Boys in recent seasons.
Khanyisa Mayo grabbed the game's only goal as Eric Tinkler's side climbed to fifth on the table, and the social media team chose to celebrate their win in the most hilarious way possible.
City’s social media team posted a photo online of a special packet of chips after the win, calling it crisps that have three points.
The Three Point Flavoured crisps were a direct reference to Chiefs’ recent launch of their own brand of chips.
As noted by Soccer Laduma, Amakhosi’s marketing team launched their own brand of potato crisps, which come in three flavours.
Many have called it AmaChips or Kaizer Chips, and they have since trended online as many were caught off guard by its launch. City couldn’t resist jumping on the bandwagon after their win, and fans loved it.
Here’s how supporters reacted to Cape Town Crisps.
“Dankie Cape Town City. You can celebrate your 3 points while those hopeless Kaizer Chips fans celebrate their marketing department 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.”
“You guys are cooking 😭😭😭🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.”
“🤣 This one burns!”
“Admin, you deserve a raise😭🤌.”
“Lol, you knew all along you were going to beat them, so you had this prepared days before, nice.”
Cape Town City beat Chiefs again
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Eric Tinkler’s men have made a habit of beating the Amakhosi of late and continued that trend at the FNB Stadium, Sports Brief reported.
Tinkler’s side are now unbeaten in the last six games against the Amakhosi and have won the previous four fixtures at Chiefs’ home.