Andile Jali, the Man of the match, managed to capture the hearts of Mzansi football fans with his performance in the match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Golden Arrows on Tuesday, September 28th, the match took place at the Lucas Moripe Stadium.
On Tuesday, he was the team's captain, and he did not disappoint. "The supporters think it was worthwhile for him to win the Man of the Match award, and they are pleased with it."
According to the coach, appointing Jali as captain for the night was not an easy decision. They had a number of candidates for the captain's armband, but they chose him because of his soldier-like attitude.
With Jali's talent, fans can't help but wonder why he isn't already a member of the national squad. He's recognized for being a man that never disappoints.
On Wednesday evening, Cape Town City beat Swallows FC 4-0 at Dobsonville Stadium in the second leg of the MTN8 semifinal, clinching a spot in the final against Mamelodi Sundowns. Will Andile deliver again?
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