Mamelodi Sundowns couldn't wait to see this Ethiopian guy wearing a yellow jersey siding with Masandawana. According to Mamelodi Sundowns players, Abubeker Nasir will be the top goal scorer this season of 2022/23.
Let's take you to the possible starting lineup of Mamelodi Sundowns.
Goalkeeper - Ronwen Williams, proved himself in the last game against Cape Town City that he could be trusted behind those poles. Williams saved many dangerous shots from Cape Town City players.
On the right back they will start with Thapelo Morena, and left back Aubrey Modiba who also scored a beautiful goal last time when playing with Cape Town City. Centre back they will use Mosa Lebusa and Brian Onyango.
On the Central midfielder, they will have Teboho Mokoena and on the left midfielder, they will use Haashim Domingo. The right midfielder will be Neo Maema and the attacking midfielder will be Themba Zwane as well as Bradley Ralani.
Center forward they will be having their Namibia international Peter Shalulile. That means Abubeker Nasir could be used as the super substitute.
Predict your score.
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