Peter Shalulile Reveals His Secrets To Sundowns’ Success
Peter Shalulile: A Living Legend in the DStv Premiership
Mamelodi Sundowns’ striker, Peter Shalulile, has reached a significant milestone in his football career, joining the ranks of legendary goal-scorers like Siyabonga Nomvethe and Daniel Mudau. The Namibian forward scored a superb brace against CR Belouizdad of Algeria in a CAF Champions League quarter-final, bringing his total goals in all club competitions to 100.
Shalulile is now only 24 goals away from surpassing Nomvethe’s all-time record of 124 and just 11 goals away from overtaking other greats like Collins Mbesuma and Daniel Mudau.
The Secret to Shalulile’s Success: Staying in the Kitchen
According to the former Highlands Park number nine, his coach Rhulani Mokwena has played a significant role in his success by regularly reminding him to “stay in the kitchen.”
“The secret for being a good striker is to stay in the box. In the kitchen. And then when the ball comes, you are there,” said Shalulile in an interview with FARPost.
The Importance of Patience
Shalulile also acknowledged the recent slump that his team has experienced and emphasized the need for patience during these times.
“We have been patient, no goal for quite a long time as a team but with patience, it paid off,” he said.
The striker sees these milestones as rewards and motivation to continue scoring more goals for Sundowns. As he continues to make his mark in the DStv Premiership, Shalulile’s talent and dedication make him a living legend in South African football.