The Premier Soccer League has produced an avalanche of goals and many football fans might be wondering who is the leading top goalscorer and how does the goalscoring charts looks after a round of 5 games have been played by 90% of the PSL clubs. The league does have proven and season campaigners who can bang in several goals and goalkeepers are having a tough day at the office, leaky defenders might be the problem to their answer. Image credit: Facebook
We have two goalscorers who are leading the PSL scoring charts and their teammates are also bagging in goals for their clubs. Mamelodi Sundowns striker Peter Shalulile is tied on the top spot with Royal AM FC striker Victor Letsoalo with 4 goals after 5 games that were played in the Premier Soccer League. The two top-tied goal scorers were active this past weekend, Peter Shalulile scored a brace against Orlando Pirates, and Victor Letsoalo bagged a goal against TS Galaxy on Sunday. The top two should be worried about Supersport United striker Thamsanqa Gabuza, Stellenbosch FC striker Judas Mosemaedi, and Sekhukhune United striker Chibuike Chizu who all have bagged three goals.
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