The veteran goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune was taken off in the first half, few minutes after Amakhosi conceded a goal.
Khune seemed so have pulled a muscle and he walked out of the pitch limping.
However Amakhosi went on to win the game by 3-1 after the club were awarded three penalties.
Following their hard fought win, Amakhosi climbed to the fourth position on the log table with 17 points collected after match day ten and the club trail the log leaders by two points.
Speaking after the game, Zwane gave injury update on the veteran goalkeeper who has been enjoying a regular game time in recent times.
“I thought maybe he had snapped his groin, but when I had a chat with him, and even our psysio told me it’s not bad,” said Zwane.
The coach added that they do not know whether the goalkeeper will be available for their next game.
Khune was replaced by Brandon Petersen on Sunday’s game and the former Bidvest Wits goalkeeper managed to keep a clean sheet. (via/kickoff)
The 35 year-old Khune has made a total of seven appearances so far this season across all competitions after retaining his number one spot at the club.
The goalkeeper struggled for a regular game time last season due to injuries and he will be looking to avoid such injuries this season to be able to cement his place in the club’s starting lineup.
Amakhosi have not lost a game this season when Khune is between the sticks and the goalkeeper is regarded as the club’s lucky charm this season.
The club still have a cup game that is coming up on 23 October against Amazulu and the veteran goalkeeper will be needed by the club.