The Kaizer Chiefs star flaunting his chest area and the Mamelodi Sundowns player displaying his leg muscles.
This is very fitting given that Amakhosi are fighters known for their solidarity in battle (arms) and The Brazilians value their ability (legs and feet).
Look at Castro and Shalulile flexing in these photographs beneath:
Amakhosi player Castro flexes his destroyed chest and arm muscles wearing simply a tie.
Shalulile shows us why he has a particularly productive boot. With muscles appreciate that it's no big surprise he has an incredible shot!
Which PSL player's muscles intrigued you the most – Castro or Shalulile?
Nonetheless, he clarified that the justification for giving Ngcobo his Chiefs debut steered clear of the tension from the fans.
"I gave him the game around evening time since I thought it was the right game to go in. I needed him to drive forward a tad with the ball on his side and overwhelm a tad, as a result of the manner in which they play.
"In any case, it was his first game, he did alright, yet he could improve," closed Baxter.
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