On Sunday, Rangers were delegated Scottish bosses for a world-record 55th-time when the club got their first association title in quite a while, beating main adversaries Celtic to the crown with six matches to save for the season.
South African midfielder Zungu had his little impact in the club's prosperity, showing up, and in doing so joined a celebrated gathering of players from the nation to have appreciated homegrown accomplishment in Europe.
The previous Mamelodi Sundowns star continues in the strides of previous Masandawana colleague Percy Tau, who won the Jupiler Pro League with Club Brugge last season, and a large group of different stars from South Africa who have left their imprint abroad.
That incorporates the public group's unequaled record goalscorer Benni McCarthy, who won an Eredivisie title with Ajax Amsterdam and two Primeira Liga crowns with FC Porto, just as the 2004/05 UEFA Champions League.
Steven Pienaar, Thulani Serero and Bernard Parker likewise delighted in accomplishment in the Netherlands, while Quinton Fortune guaranteed the desired Premier League crown during his spell with English goliaths Manchester United.
In Denmark, previous Bafana strike accomplices Sibusiso Zuma and Siyabonga Nomvethe both won group titles, with FC Copenhagen and Aalborg, individually, while Tokelo Rantie guaranteed gold in close by Sweden with Malmo.
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