Alfred Ndengane joined Limpopo based club TTM at the beginning of 2020/21 season after he spent two seasons at Orlando Pirates. The defender was one of the top performers on Sunday’s game against Black leopards at Thohoyandou, TTM managed to advance to the Nedbank semifinals after beating Leopards by 2-0. This 2020/21 season the defender’s performance has been outstanding for the PSL newcomers as they look to battle possible demotion, while going in looking for Nedbank Cup victory.
The defender also managed to score a goal after locating home penalty as TTM defeated Black Leopards on their journey to semifinals. Though TTM, have to wait a little longer to find who are they going to meet in the semifinals, they look strong to book their spot in the cup final. TTM will face either Orlando Pirates or Mamelodi Sundowns on semifinals; the two will play on the 15th of April at Loftus Versfeld.
Pirates’ loss might be TTM’s gain; the 34 year old has playing so well since he joined the club, though the team was struggling, Ndengane always play his best. Ndengane was the Man of the Match on their game against Black Leopard, ‘’ it does not matter which team will play in the semifinals because we know both teams very well and we are preparing for our next game in the league’’, Ndengane said on his interview after the game.
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