Zimbabwean national and former Kaizer Chiefs captain Willard Katsande was recently involved in a nasty road rage incident in South Africa.
The 35-year-old soccer player was left bloodied after a white man driving a Ford EcoSport attacked him while travelling home. Katsande was coming from his debut match for new club Sekhukhune United against Chippa United.
The said incident took place on the corner of Hendrick Potgieter and Peter Road in Roodepoort. Here are some of the pictures from the incident;
Speaking after the incident, Katsande revealed that a white male came out of his vehicle and hit him with fists on his head. The assailant allegedly went on to break the right window and right side mirror of his car.
After assaulting him, the assailant reportedly hit Katsande’s car with his foot on the side.
Katsande has since opened a case of common assault and malicious damage to property.
His vehicle was extensively damaged during the road rage accident and the total value of the damage is R50 000.
The yet to be identified assailant still hasn’t been arrested as he fled the scene after committing the crime.
Meanwhile, Katsande recently joined Sekhukhune after spending a decade with Amakhosi. After ten years with Kaizer Chiefs, Katsande holds the record of being the most capped foreigner who played 326 official matches.