Peter Shalulile, a Mamelodi Sundowns player, has revealed the secrets to his lethal form.

 Peter Shalulile, a Mamelodi Sundowns player, has revealed the secrets to his lethal form.

The 28-year-old detailed how he has been able to keep his consistency at the PSL champs. Peter Shalulile, a striker for Mamelodi Sundowns, has spoken out about his goal-scoring form since joining the Tshwane Giant.

Since joining Masandawana from Highlands Park in September 2020, the Namibian international has scored 38 goals in 64 games for the club in all competitions.

Shalulile leads the PSL goalscoring rankings with 13 goals, four more than second-placed Victor Letsoalo of Royal AM, as the Downs talisman chases his third Golden Boot accolade in South African football.

After winning the PSL Footballer of the Year and Players’ Player of the Season awards for the 2020/21 season, the man known as ‘Sha Sha’ attributed his success on the field to the hard effort he puts in on the training ground.


“It’s all about the effort you put in, as well as the extra effort you put in on top of that.” You just have to put in the effort when everyone else is asleep “During the current mid-season break, Shalulile informed the club’s media department.

“What motivates me is the simple desire for the club and my teammates to be happy and for the club to succeed.” I’m also inspired by players from other countries who are succeeding, which motivates me to keep pushing every day to continue at this level.

“It’s not simple to score, but we work very hard to ensure that we can score every day.”

After both players scored 16 goals in the 2019/20 PSL season, Shalulile and Frank Mhango of Orlando Pirates shared the Golden Boot award. Prior to that, he won the National First Division award in 2017/18 after scoring 15 goals for Highlands Park.

Only Khama Billiat of Kaizer Chiefs has more assists in the league this season with six, and the Windhoek-born player has been instrumental in the creation of goals with four assists.

Neo Maema, who joined Sundowns from Bloemfontein Celtic in July, has created a lethal partnership with Sha Sha. Maema has a total of five assists in the league, all of which have gone to Shalulile.

“With all the new players coming in, it’s been a challenging season so far; we all have a connection, but with Maema especially, it’s just something we worked on at training.” “he stated

“It’s more about knowing where we are on the pitch, so I tell him if you have the ball on your left or right foot, I’ll [make the run in the space]. He’s the best in the league at finding people in the box.”

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