Kaizer Chiefs sank to another low on Sunday night in a disjointed performance that Amakhosi fans should be relieved it was not televised.
Wydad's first goal, 1-0
But the four goals, two in each half from Wydad Casablanca as well as a red card to captain Ramahlwe Mphahlele, meant that not only were the Glamour Boys still searching for their first ever win in the group stages of the Champions League, they have now gone eight matches without winning a single match.
Wydad's second goal, 2-0
It paints a picture of what is likely to be a difficult end to the second half of their domestic campaign and also suggests the level of their opposition in the continental competition is perhaps a bridge too far, at the moment.
Wydad's third goal, 3-0
Amakhosi were a goal down quite early into their rescheduled match with Wydad in Burkina Faso, goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune beaten by Mohammed Ounajem after seven minutes into the game, with the second goal coming on the stroke of half-time from Ayoub Elkaabi.
Simon Msuva came off the bench to add a third and a dubious penalty put the clash beyond Chiefs’ reach Yahya Jabrane converted from the spot.
Wydad's fourth goal, 4-0
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