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Feutmba: With My Passes Shalulile Would've Broken All Records

Mamelodi Sundowns legend Roger 'The General' Feutmba demands deadly striker Peter Shalulile would have previously broken all scoring records with him as a colleague.

The Cameroonian is respected by a lot of people close by Kaizer Chiefs symbol Doctor '16V' Khumalo as perhaps the best passer of a ball.

Driving scorer Shalulile stays three objectives off matching Collins Mbesuma's 2005/06 record of 25 association objectives.

"He would have broken the record by a long shot assuming that I was his partner," Feutmba tells KickOff.

"I like his developments, the manner in which he conveys the ball, and the movement around the container.

"He makes the occupation of a midfielder simple, when you are a playmaker he makes your occupation extremely, simple.

"In any case, I accept the difficult work of the whole group has given him the likelihood to score numerous objectives.

"Dislike in our time where a solitary player can be the one giving him every one of the balls to the top striker.

"So indeed, I accept assuming I was playing with him around this Sundowns group, he might have scored more than he has, I think.

"Yet, Sundowns is a group fit for scoring numerous objectives, so I accept on the off chance that Sundowns can score four or five objectives on Saturday, Shalulile will be among the scorers.

"He can in any case score a few additional objectives.

"So he can in any case match those objectives, his work rate is exceptionally high, and he is a, great striker."

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