Mamelodi Sundowns promoted Malebogo Modise also known as Bale because of his educated left-foot and pace as compared to that of Real Madrid star Gareth Bale. The young man was born on the 6th of February 1999 in Mahikeng capital city of the North West province. He is signed straight from the Mamelodi Sundowns youth structures where he played for the past 6 years gaining recognition in the process from the South African junior technical team resulting in his services rendered to the under-17 and under-20 level even going as high as featuring 2 times at the under-20 soccer FIFA World cup against Portugal under-20 national team drawing 1-1 full-time score, and against Argentina losing 5-2 full-time score. He has also featured in the South African senior national team in the CHAN tournament that consists of only home-based players with Bafana Bafana. In 2017 he was the captain of the under-20 national team in a tri-nation small youth tournament which also featured Brazil and England. The sky is the limit for the talented young man nicknamed Bale.
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