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Former Kaizer Chiefs star who is living his dream has scored his first goal overseas

Previous Kaizer Chiefs safeguard Teenage Hadebe keeps on living his fantasy as he continues on with his abroad excursion at Houston Dynamo.

Hadebe scored his very first goal for the Major Soccer League club yesterday as they enlisted a 4-3 win over San Jose Earthquakes establishing the rhythm for the club's recovery under Paulo Nagamura.

The Brazilian took over from Tab Ramos toward the start of the year and lifted Dynamo to the top portion of the MLS Western Conference with three successes from six and simply a solitary loss.

Hadebe's goal was hit with 57 minutes on the clock crushing home with his left to give Dynamo a 3-2.

A corner from the right risen in the crate prior to being met by Hadebe with a stinging shot.

The hosts then, at that point, added a fourth before eventually running out the victors in a seven-objective challenge at the PNC Stadium.

The 26-year-old has played routinely in the USA since joining from Turkish club Yeni Malatyaspor in July last year.

After a sluggish beginning, this season he has highlighted in the last four games and through his experience with the club has just not been associated with only seven games.

His appearance count at Dynamo remains at 21 to date.

Last season he finished the year as Newcomer and Defender of the Year for the club following the 17 games that he played before he was harmed.

He showed up as an assigned player, meaning he is among the most elevated workers at the club.

Hadebe burned through two years at Chiefs prior to continuing on to spend one more two in Turkey where he played in the Europa League prior to getting across the Atlantic Ocean.

Source: https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/premiership/ex-chiefs-man-into-the-goals-abroad/715901

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