- Percy Tau has helped the Anderlecht team secure a win in the Belgium Pro League
- The young South African football player executed a perfect assist that helped his teammate Paul Mukairu score a second goal during the match
- Tau is currently playing for the team on a loan basis from English Premier League side Brighton and Hove
South African Soccer player Percy Tau is making a name for himself and flying the South African football flag high internationally. The young footballer assisted Anderlecht to score a goal that helped them to secure a win against Beerschot in a Belgium Pro League match.
Tau is currently playing for Anderlecht on loan from the English Premier League side Brighton and Hove - and it seems it turned out to be a good deal for both Anderlecht and Tau, who are managing quite well together.
The team scored a nice 2-0 against Beerschot after Tau had handed out the perfect assist that helped his team member Paul Mukairu score the second goal, which contributed to securing the win.
The latest win sees Anderlecht climb up to the fourth position in the Belgium Pro League standings after 19 matches of the season. The South African reports that Tau is currently waiting on a work permit so he can return to England during the January transfer window.
In other Briefly.co.za soccer news, Mamelodi Sundowns have terminated the negotiations over Gastón Sirino, saying that the two clubs are too far apart on a deal. The issue revolves around the transfer fee for the striker.
Despite the failure to reach an agreement, the club has said that the relationship between the two clubs remains good. The Sundowns are going to continue to sign players to European, African and other football clubs as they have done in the past with the likes of Percy Tau and others.
Interestingly the club advised Sirino to focus on football and compete for a position in the starting line-up for the Sundowns. The club released a statement on their official website. However, Amir Tawfik, head of transfers at the Egyptian club Al Ahly, has said that they are still negotiating with Mamelodi Sundowns over Sirino.
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