Khosi Nation: We Aren't Worried About That

Kaizer Chiefs got back to winning ways after a hard-fought victory over SuperSport United and former Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt. The Glamour boys entered the match needing a win after drawing two games in a row and losing before that. Chiefs haven't had the best of starts so the 3 points was vital not only to their table position but for the confidence of the team. The glamour boys lined up with basically a full-strength team, which included new signing Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana. The Burundian striker was able to net 2 goals on his debut for the club, which included a penalty spot kick. A great way to make your mark on the team. 

Bimenyimana, however, was in the headlines for not only his goal-scoring heroics, but for also the way he celebrated one of his goals. The 6ft4 striker appeared to cross his arms in an 'X-Like' formation, which has caused confusion in and around Mzansi; Was the Chiefs player signalling Orlando Pirates or representing his National Flag?

On the latest episode of the Fan Reaction Show, Khosi Nation has offered forgiveness after new signing Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana celebrated in a strange manner that has caused mass confusion!