Shalulile was the main assaulting player who played the whole of the cup last triumph over Cape Town City at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday.
Having scored eight out of 13 appearances this term and 30 from 52 games since joining Sundowns toward the start of last season, implies the Namibian striker is basic for the Brazilians.
"He scores and I mean it is a last and it is even troublesome when Peter battles," contends Mokwena when asked about for what good reason the Namibian was kept on the pitch until the end. As you can see his good perfomance that mokwena is talking about in the picture below.
Shalulile proceeded to change over the last punishment goalkeeper Denis Onyango made an indispensable save to secure the MTN8 title.
"We have seen it against Golden Arrows last season and against Black Leopards away in Thohoyandou last season where he assisted us with sneaking in three focuses directly at the passing.
"Far beyond the capacity to score, Peter's demeanor, magnanimity, and his capacity to run and forfeit for the group permit us to be capable not simply to keep him on the pitch on account of the objectives as well as in light of the fact that he likewise represents the mindset that we might want to see on the pitch.
"That was the most compelling motivation. Undeniably challenging to take out the top objective scorer in the last when you wanted objectives," says Mokwena.
Shalulile is running on numbers better compared to those accomplished by the amazing Daniel 'Mambush' Mudau at as old as has had a superior beginning to his time at Chloorkop than Katlego Mphela and Raphael Chukwu.
The 28-year-old has just been subbed in just four of the 11 games he has played on the homegrown scene.
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