Amakhosi fielded their youngest ever player and he scored on debut after club veteran Siphiwe Tshabalala had got the opener to see the club to their first victory of the season as they ended Cape Town City’s 100 percent start with a 2-0 away triumph on Wednesday.

Wiseman Meyiwa, the 17-year-old debutant made history to loudly announce his arrival on the Premier Soccer League stage.

One of the most respected and most decorated players in SA, Siphiwe Tshabalala had put Chiefs ahead just after half-time but they had to weather a massive storm from the home side before Meyiwa made sure of the point with a goal of some maturity.

It was like Hurricane Irma at time as Chiefs sat back and took a battering but with Willard Katsande at his heroic best, their dam wall did not burst in the face of the City storm.

After five successive wins, Tshabalala sent some interesting message to City’s new coach Benni McCarthy.

” You have now tasted your first defeat, this shows you don’t win the PSL with your mouth but with results,” said Tshabalala after the game.

Steve Komphela hard broad smile when Tshabalala said this suggesting he enjoyed the whole joke.

Chiefs had two good chances in the first half – first when Philani Zulu was unmarked at the back post but drove his shot wide, only for defender Robyn Johannes to block it and put it back into play where it was perfectly set up for Kgotso Moleko to finish, but he missed a golden chance.

Bongolethu Jayiya, making his Chiefs’ debut and playing against his old club, struck the woodwork in the 34th minute after a quick counter, cutting inside from the wing but hitting the outside of the post.

Early in the second half, Tshabalala made it 1-0 with a left footed drive as City made the mistake of giving him space in the penalty box.

Then came the siege by the home side with countless opportunity notably for Ayanda Patosi, who missed several volleys and free kick chances.

With 10 minutes to go Chiefs broke free and Meyiwa added his name to the history books as he tucked away the second.