Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs could only manage a 3-0 victory at home against lower division side Cape Town All Stars at the FNB Stadium on Saturday night in a last 32 Nedbank Cup match.
Despite dominating the entire match Amakhosi struggled to find the goals which their multitudes of fans were expecting against a lowly side from the Mother City.
The Soweto giants toiled for the the first quarter of an hour without getting a breakthrough until a Lucky Baloyi opener in the 26th minute following relentless pressure on the Vodacom League side.
Chiefs were to squander many other chances with Mandla Masango and Kiazer Motaung Jnr squandering many chances through either rushing their efforts or failing to get clear cutchances to shootat goal, heading wide or over the bar in most instances.
The Vodacom League side was content going to the break trailing by a single goal.
Chiefs coach Vladimir Vermozovic had to make a double change early in the 2nd half,bringing on Lehlohonolo Majoro and Lucky Khune.
Moments later, Khune was beautiful set up by Majoro following the latter'sgood charge on the left, after which he took his marker to the cleaners before crossing for the young Khune to easily head past Wesley Fransman.
Another substitute Majoro had to get onto the score sheet, and he capitalised from Fransman's howler in the 71st minute, and easily added Chiefs' third goal of the night.