Connect with us


Zimbabwe forward Billiat chasing records in SA Premiership

cara membuat situs judi online gacor di, how create online casino website visit Dominate the digital landscape with and your go-to best SMM Panel in 2024 for affordable social media marketing solutions. Best Press release services in 2024 is Followersav and Smmsav boost your business with us. best Smm panel organic spotify plays
Zimbabwe forward Billiat chasing records in SA Premiership - Sports Leo

Zimbabwe’s Khama Billiat is steadily climbing the all-time scorers’ list in the SA Premiership, and the halt in the current season due to the novel coronavirus came just as the Kaizer Chiefs forward was finding form again.

Billiat has struggled with injuries and fatigue which has seen Kaizer Chiefs feel the talismanic forward’s absence at times this season.

Billiat is the only active player in the top-10 list of leading goalscorers, with 83 goals, since the inception of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) in 1996.

As things stand, the former Ajax Cape Town winger still has a chance to reach the very top with the others in the top-10 having either retired or left the Premiership.

Surprise Moriri and Billiat were teammates at Mamelodi Sundowns, with Moriri having retired in 2017 following a spell with Highlands Park and he was once on the books of Silver Stars (Platinum Stars).

Billiat is currently sitting joint ninth on the list and he started his PSL career at Ajax Cape Town, before moving to Sundowns in 2013 and Chiefs signed him as a free agent almost two years ago.

“Obviously I’ll never be happy with my performance. I always want to do better,” Billiat said.

“I always want to contribute as much as I can, but I’m happier when the team is doing well. When everyone is scoring goals from different angles, it gives us more depth.”

At just 29, Billiat has a number of years still ahead of him in the game which gives him plenty of time to work his way up the list.

Most goals in the PSL:
123 – Siyabonga Nomvethe
110 – Mabhuti Khenyeza, Daniel Mudau
104 – Manuel Bucuane
103 – Collins Mbesuma
91 – Wilfred Mugeyi
88 – Katlego Mashego
83 – Surprise Moriri, Khama Billiat
80 – Gilbert Mushangazhike, Patrick Mayo

In partnership with ANA and Sports Leo

Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

More in Football