Bafana Bafana international Thulani Serero played 68 minutes for his parent club Al Jazira as they walloped fellow Arabian Gulf League side Ittihad Kalba in a league encounter 6-0 as reported on www.espn.com.
The former Ajax Armsterdam star inspired his side to a second place spot, playing as a deep lying playmaker.
Al Jazira lie on the second place position after the big win, they are the serious title contenders after Arabian Gulf league leaders Sharjah fc.
They have an impressive 36 points from 16 league games played so far, having 42 league goals scored and 15 league goals conceded as shown on www.goal.com under the Arabian Gulf league stats.
Cream as he is affectionaly known within the South African football fraternity has contributed mostly to the few goals conceded as he operates as a defensive midfielder for the Arabian Gulf league giants.
He is amongst the most paid footballers in South African as an export, his good reading of the game makes him a very important player in the Al Jazira set up.
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