- Mfundo 'Obrigado' Vilikazi scored on debut for the Kaizer Chiefs reserve side in the DStv Diski Challenge
- Mfundo Vilikazi turned heads for his performances at the Phillys Games and attracted the attention of many Premier Soccer League clubs
- Fans took to social media to praised Mfundo Vilikazi after scoring a goal on his debut for Kaizer Chiefs reserves
Big things were expected from Mfundo 'Obrigado' Vilikazi when he set the Phillys Games alight and the talented teen is living up to expectations.
Vilikazi scored on his debut for the Kaizer Chiefs reserve team in the DStv Diski Challenge as he helped the Amakhosi beat Chippa United 4-1.
The 15-year-old scored in the dying minutes of the game to round off a great win for Chiefs, The Citizen reported.
Vilikazi made headlines at the Phillys Games in Tembisa last year and has been described as a teen dribbling wizard by many. His performances caught the eye of many football teams but it was Chiefs who beat everyone else to his signature, Goal.Com reported.
Fans took to social media after the teen's debut goal to heap praise on the player.
"Obrigado scores on debut. Signing of the season is Mfundo Vilakazi, calm, cool & collected"
"Obrigado” Vilakazi scores on debut.. the whole team was happy for the boy even the Goalkeeper ran all the way to the other goalpost to celebrate with him #Amakhosi4Life #DDC"
"Mfundo "Obrigado" Vilakazi has just scored! Wanted this for the young lad. #DStvDiskiChallenge #Amakhosi4Life"
Royal AM CEO trolls Kaizer Chiefs, warns them that Victor Letsoalo is a Rolls Royce not a Mazda 323
In other news related to Kaizer Chiefs, with transfer season coming to a close at the end of this month, numerous Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs are trying to conduct last-minute transfer deals.
Royal AM and Bafana striker Victor Letsoalo is one of those players who has often been scouted by numerous clubs and Kaizers Chiefs have always expressed interest in the player, Sports Brief earlier reported.
Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi issued a hilarious warning to Kaizer Chiefs though saying that they would need to pay the asking price for the player if they wanted to sign him. According to The South African, Mnisi described Letsoalo as a Rolls Royce who wouldn't be sold for the price of a Mazda 323.