The Namibian Peter Shalulile of Mamelodi Sundowns celebrate goal with team mates during the DSTV Premier Soccer League, while playing with Baroka at Loftus Versfeld stadium, Pretoria. The fans and the coaches did not like the celebration at all.
However the senior coach of Mamelodi Sundowns Steve Komphela admitted that striker Peter Shalulile's certification does worry them. Shalulile recently showcased another one of his unique celebrations after scoring against Baroka.
Steve Komphela said " we do talk to Shalulile but he will tell you that, I'm a Tyre, I just roll". On a more serious notes, he is very careful and conscious about it. He just gives you a contagious laugh and promise not to. "what a human being!", what a soul", we are so blessed to have him", Steve Komphela said.
Sundowns fans are worried that Shalulile could injury himself as he celebrates a goal one day and this would not be ideal. They took to Twitter to plead with the coaches of Mamelodi Sundowns to speak with Shalulile and ask him to tone down his celebration.
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