- Mamelodi Sundowns' all-time top scorer, Daniel Mudau says that Themba Zwane can break the record
- Mudau aka Mambush scored 110 goals for the Brazilians making him the person who scored the most goals for the team
- Mudau does however believe that if Zwane keeps up the way he has been, he can definitely beat the record
52-year-old Daniel Mudau, a former Mamelodi Sundowns player and also all-time top-scorer for the team has said that he would not be surprised if Themba Zwane of Sundowns beats his record for most goals scored for the team.
A now-retired Mudau who is also called Mambush by his adoring fans scored a total of 110 goals for the team and also helped the team to secure three league titles in the Premier Soccer League (PSL).
Themba Zwane has proved himself worth having confidence in having bagged a number of awards and nominations during recent award ceremonies. Zwane has also scored seven goals in seven league matches - a feat which has left Mudau both impressed and certain that if he keeps going at the rate he is going, he can definitely beat the record.
Meanwhile here are some thoughts SA football fans have about young Zwane:
"Who is Themba Zwane's agent, this guy deserves to play abroad?"
"For me Zwane can easily play in the EPL, he is just good, makes football look easy."
"He should fire his agent, Zwane deserves to play in Europe and I see most people are saying he is old. Sometimes it's not about the age but the fitness of a player. If Zlatan can play until the age of 39 and Christiano 37 why not Mshishi?"
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, Orlando Pirates' Thabiso Monyane recently took to Twitter to celebrate finally being back on the field. Monyane found himself having to take a temporary leave of absence following the untimely injury.
He is back though and in super high spirits even taking to Twitter to say how happy he feels to be in top form and ready to conquer South African football fields with as much vigour as he can master.
"Felt good coming back after a while, crucial 3 points gained!," he captioned the Twitter post
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