It is no secret that footballers love the best things in life especially when it comes to the cars they drive, their parking lots always a revelation to see with some of the biggest and most expensive cars found there.
Former Orlando Pirates striker and current Supersport United striker Thamsanqa Gabuza set social media on fire after he was seen in a red Mustang which he had never been seen in before, with suggestions that the 35 years old may have purchased the supercar worth more than half a million rands.
In a recent post on Instagram, the baller was sitting in a convertible that is a car that Andile Jali famously owns and it is likely that the Mamelodi Sundowns star paid him a visit.
If this does indeed belong to Gabuza, it would be a spectacular addition to his car collection which consists of a Jeep Wrangler.
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