Zwane joined a selective club of footballers to have scored 50 years of objectives in the South African first class when he got the initial objective of the 2021/22 mission from the punishment spot during Sundowns' 1-0 success over last season's other participants.
The 32-year-old accomplished the achievement in his 226th appearance in the opposition across spells with Masandawana and Mpumalanga Black Aces, with whom he got multiple times in 27 matches during an advance spell in the 2013/14 season.
In doing as such, Zwane has gotten one of just nine dynamic players to have accomplished the 50-objective imprint in the class, close by Ndumiso Mabena, Kermit Erasmus, Gabadinho Mhango, Bongi Ntuli, Bernard Parker, Lehlohonolo Majoro, Khama Billiat and Bradley Grobler.
His count incorporates twofold figure pulls in every one of the last two missions and is supported by a similarly noteworthy return of no less than 28 helps during his time in the major classes, as indicated by insights from Transfermarkt.
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