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Lobamba, Swaziland - It was a field day for South Africa's Kaizer Chiefs when they dominated an international friendly game with Swaziland's Mbabane Swallows, beating the Swazis 3-0 at the Somhlolo National stadium Wednesday.
Though watched by over 3,000 fans of both sides, the game was messed up by injuries, as players from both camps exhibited no sportsmanship -- kicking each others legs instead of the ball.
Swallows suffered the most casualties in the game as a majority of their strikers were forced out of the game after sustaining injuries.
Referee Gilbert Dlamini took the centre stage by making dubious decisions …