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Peter Shalulile rise at Mamelodi Sundown has even surprised Namibian fans at home

Shalulile didn't stop doing the most at sundown's even since the season started. The Namibia player has made history by being a good goal scorer. He has scored many goals alone and he is making his country proud. Since he arrived at Chloorkop, he has scored 28 goals in 47 appearances. That is something that players take years to do but for him it is easy. While playing for sundown he has encouraged all the players to play hard that why it is no longer easy to beat them up. The team has gained confidence in themselves which they use while playing.

"He is not your most talented player in Namibia but what set him apart is his heart. He is always hungry for the goal more than all the players on the ground." He always makes it a point that he scores a goal before the game comes to an end. You can tell that he doesn't feel happy if the game ends without him putting the goal inside the pal. He has gained a lot of fans in just months and a lot of people there are starting to show how much there are jealous of him. Sundown is proud of him especially the fans who watch soccer.

It is not only that even the Namibian fans have seen a perfect side of him. He was a good player but now does their host, the director of his old team said this. He is also proud of him for trying hard to put them on the map as a country.

Peter Shalulile is one of the players who didn't finish school but they had a positive goal on something. He decided to put all his energy into football and now everything is paying off for him. Namibia fans and his old coaches there are proud of him for choosing Mamelodi sundown love chiefs. He joined a team that has potential and now it is taking him high.

Fans are looking forward to more games that are coming. Everyone is congratulating him for everything he has achieved so far. He is a good player and he must continue excelling.

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