Former Platinum stars playmaker scores his 8th goal for SC Braga.
By Okzydeboy | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 2256 views
South African under-23 international Kobamelo Kodisang was in action earlier on as his side Sporting Braga won 1-0 Against Vidago in a Compeanato league encounter as reported on www.goal.com.
The young playmaker played the full 90 minutes game and brought his A-game capped by a solitary goal that sealed the game for Sporting Braga.
It was Kobamelo Kodisang's 8th goal of the season, the Seraleng born young star is on a good goal-scoring run of his career as he is near recording the double digits, of which it will be the first of his football club career.
He has made a total appearance of 15 league games, contributing to 13 goals as he has 5 assists to his profile.
If he keeps up with his red hot form, he will definitely get promoted to the Sporting Braga senior first team where he is going to team up with fellow South African international Luther Singh, who is on loan at Pacos de Ferreira.
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