Harambee Stars' Teddy Akumu Shines For Kaizer Chiefs in The South Africa Soccer League
By @Pmejja | self meida writer
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Teddy Akumu is a soccer player who has played for Harambee Stars in many occasions. The defensive was part of the team that qualified for African Cup of Nations in Egypt in 2019.
Akumu plays in the South African Soccer League side Kaizer Chiefs. Since he joined Kaizer Chiefs he has been involved in almost every match. Akumu has proved to be among the best defensive midfielders in South Africa.
Today, his side hosted number two in the table standings Supersport United in a mouth watering clash. Kaizer Chiefs got the first goal in the 28th minutes through Reeve Frosier after a fantastic combination with Teddy Akumu in the midfield. However, Supersport United fought hard and they were rewarded a penalty in the 67th minutes after Kaizer Chiefs defender brought Bradley Grobler down in the penalty area. Bradley Grobler scored a nice goal from the spot. The match ended with both sides sharing the spoils.
Akumu's side remains in position nine with 19 points in 17 matches. Supersport United also remained in position two with 34 points with the same number of matches.
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