03/22/2012 7:39 AM
The team is on the process of bettering its position on the PSL log and the war has just started.
In each and every team there are players that make sure they give just above the word BEST. On this article we are looking at the top hit men of Black Leopards.
With 12 games lost, 5 drawn and 4 won it is a battle to improve the figures on the WIN column of the log. In their last 5 premiership games Leopards has won 2 games, drawn one and lost 2 as well. This is a record better than the form they have shown in the beginning of the season. Keep in mind the Cup competitions they have participated in where they have won all the games (CAF Confederations and Nedbank Cup).
This is a sign of change and there are a few culprits responsible for this. Below you will find a list of the top performing players according to us for the past 6 games Leopards has played:
1. Mongezi Bobe
Bobe recently has been showing a consistent form of play. The 30-year-old midfielder is the current squad captain and plays with his heart on his sleeve. If he’s not creating the goals, he’s scoring them himself such is his attacking style. He has unto his name 4 goals having recently scored a brace in a single match.
2. Luyolo Mapolisa
The 28 year old Midfielder has been running his talent high having helped Leopards to capture a win against Zimbabwean side Motor Action in the CAF Confederations. He has not seen a lot of play but has indicated excellence when he is present on the pitch; he has 715 minutes on the park this season.
3. Thabo Mongalo
The 27-year-old from Limpopo can play as a striker or wide on either flank but mostly appears as the front man for Leopards. He has seen the back of the goal a couple of times but still stands to impress. Not only a goal scorer but also a creator the 1,80 metres tall lad has played 13 games this season.
There you have it, with the continuance regarding performance of these gentlemen Lidoda Duvha might come back to tell the tail on the future seasons of the PSL and just maybe some silverware to show for it.