The off-season has seen a lot of South African football players try different ways to start fit until they return to their respective clubs for pre-season, as the players know the importance of staying fit and top their game during this tricky period.
The Orlando Pirates Football Club striker, Zakhele Lepasa has been struggling to return to full fitness and get back to his best form before he got injured back in December 2020, which saw him miss over a year of action due to a tear he suffered on his muscle.
The player has on multiple occasions been spotted alongside the likes of Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club star, Sipho Mbule and his former teammate at Pirates, Linda Mntambo playing indoor football which has been their way to keep fit before returning to their respective clubs.
Yesterday evening he was spotted scoring a brilliant solo goal, which saw him take a ball from his goals to his opponent's goals easily dribbling past his opponents before putting the ball past the opposing goalkeeper.
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