It has taken just two games for Abubeker Nasir to endear himself to the Mamelodi Sundowns faithful; but his rise for the Brazilians appears to have come at a cost for one of his teammates who looks to be on his way out.
The Ethiopian international came on as a second half sub and rounded off the scoring with a superbly taken goal turning Njabulo Ngcobo inside out before slotting past a hapless Bruce Bvuma.
Embarrassing indeed Ngcobo doesn't know how to press that Nassir to the corner what kind of defense is that it's time that they combine Matoho and Kwinika.
There are really a lot of Ethiopian young boys Pirates and Chiefs can take if you saw the game against Egypt. You will no what I'm talking about but the two prefer this that was fighting relegation no wonder Sundowns beet them with such score.
A lot of talented players from Ethiopia national team I wish Pirates to take some there not this average players like Dlamini we have. Safranko is not a versatile player like Nassir. Safranko is a traditional number 9, teams no longer relies mostly on those kind of players.
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