Bafana star features in a 3-3 thrilling encounter.
By GavinSebushi | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 3987 views
South African international star Thulani Serero was in action for his parent club Al Jazira as they played out to an entertaining 3-3 draw against fellow UAE Arabian Gulf league side Bani Yas as reported on www.kickoff.com.
The soweto born playmaker was on the pitch from the start till the finish, playing for the full 90 minutes game.
He was deployed in the defensive midfield position where his duties was to defend the back four of Al Jazira and link the wingers with the attackers when they are in position.
He is a constant feature in the Al Jazira set up as he has since made 16 appearances, contributing 3 assists in the process as shown on www.goal.com.
Al Jazira are in contention to challenge for the Arabian Gulf league title as they lie on the second position on the log.
The former Ajax Cape Town star will hope to keep up with his good performances for Al Jazira as they try and win the Arabian Gulf League title
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