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DStv Prem Top 10 Leading Goalscorers so far this Season

With the DStv premiership currently on FIFA break, we look at the leading top goalscorers so far this season.

So many beautiful goals have been scored in the league so far throughout the season and we look at the top 10 players who have scored more goals.

Peter Shalulile - 15 goals

The Mamelodi Sundowns star is leading the pack after netting 15 League goals so far this season.

The Namibian International is on a better chance to win the Golden boot this season after losing it to Supersport United striker last season Bradley Grobler.

Shalulile has been very consistent when it comes to goals over the seasons.

Victor Letsoalo - 11 goals

The Royal AM striker has scored a total of 11 goals so far this season.

The Bafana Bafana International trails Shalulile by four goals and he will have a fair chance to catch up as his club still left with a couple of games this season in the league.

Letsoalo has been the pillar of strength when it comes to goals for the KwaZulu Natal based side and have been depending on him for goals.

The player is currently with Bafana for the International friendly games where he will be looking to grow his confident to come back even stronger.

Bienvenu Eva Nga - 9 goals

The Chippa United striker is also part of the leading goal scores after netting nine goals so far in the season.

Ndabayithethwa Ndlondlo - 7 goals.

The Marumo Gallants star has scored seven goals after making a couple of appearances for his club this season.

Mxolisi Macuphu - 7

The Royal AM star has scored seven league goals this season for both TS Galaxy and his current club.

This comes after the player made a switch from the Rockets to RAM in the middle of the season.

Chibuike Ohizu - 7 goals

The Nigerian born striker has netted seven for Sekhukhune United so far this season.

Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly have scored six goals each.

Ashely Du Preez of Stellenbosch have also scored six goals and Mduduzi Mdantsane of Cape Town City.

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