The Zimbabwean player, who joined Amazayoni from Chicken Inn, has suddenly become their pillar of hope with his scoring prowess and performances of late. If he is not scoring, he is either creating opportunities, or providing passes for others to do so in Clive Barker’s side, placed fourth on the Absa Premiership log.
The wonder-boy, who came in the PSL at the beginning of this year, also remains in the running for the golden boot award, with seven goals so far in the season, just three off the top position occupied by Kaizer Chiefs’ Bernard Parker, who has been stuck on that number for months.
The Warriors striker has also brought in some flair in the team. His work off the scoring charts was captured when the striker created all three goals as Aces beat relegation-threatened Free State Stars 3-2 away two weekends ago.
“I’m excited about my performance at the team, even though I joined them late, but all thanks to the Almighty who keeps on doing great things in my life, I am now one of the most-recognised names in this league,” he said.Post published in: Football