Ex Mamelodi Sundowns Star in Chinese Super League Golden Boot Race
- Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyasha Mushekwi had an outstanding season out in China
- The Zimbabwean goal poacher delivered the goods for Zheijang Greentown in the Chinese Super League
- He banged in 18 goals, finishing fourth in the Golden Boot race as the team secured Asian Champions League qualification
Nyasha Mushekwi continues to deliver even as his career enters its winter.
The 35-year-old former Mamelodi Sundowns player impressed for Zheijang Greentown in the Chinese Super League.
As reported by The Herald, the Zimbabwean scored 18 times for the team in 31 appearances, which saw him finish in fourth place on the Chinese Super League Golden Boot standings. Importantly, these goals fired the club into next season's Asian Champions League qualifiers.
Interestingly, he surpassed South African Dino Ndlovu as Zheijang's all-time leading goalscorer with 42 goals. Mushekwi rose to prominence at Mamelodi Sundowns, which he joined in 2010 until departing for Belgium.
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Marcos Vinicius Amaral Alves finished on top of the charts, firing an outstanding 27 goals in just 26 goals, which went a long way to firing Wuhan Three Towns to the league title.
Saudi Pro League honours Kaizer Chiefs legend
Knowledge Musona has been the sort of hit that Cristiano Ronaldo intends to be in the Saudi Pro League.
The former Kaizer Chiefs striker was honoured by Saudi Arabia's top division for his achievements in the colours of Al Tai.
Soccer24 reported that the Zimbabwean was named alongside Al-Shabab FC midfielder Hattan Bahebri as the 2022 calendar assist leaders with eight assists apiece.
Ronaldo to meet Knowledge Musona
The world is looking forward to watching what impact Cristiano Ronaldo will have on the Saudi Pro League.
The Portuguese great was unveiled as Al-Nassir's historic signing on Friday in the richest deal in history for an individual sportsperson.
Soccer24 pointed, to the excitement of Zimbabweans and South Africans, how Ronaldo's first match in the country could be against Al-Ta'ee next week Thursday.
This is is significant, because that is the team that the respected Knowledge Musona plays for in the Middle Eastern country.
Source: Sports Brief News