Ben 10 Displays His Class
Posted: 20 November 2020
Bafana Bafana International Bongani Zungu showcased how important a player he is for the national team in his 120 minutes mileage he put on for Molefe Ntseki.
Zungu and Ntseki have somewhat not enjoyed a fruitful relationship in recent months when the Glasgow-based midfielder was overlooked for the national team in Ntseki’s first squads.
However, when Zungu made his debut under the former Under 20 head coach, he duly delivered; scoring a classy header, dictating terms alongside Themba Mshishi Zwane and Percy Tau in their first leg against Sao Tome and Principe last Friday at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Steven Gerrard’s new signing started from the off on Monday, continuing where he left off 48 hours prior; passing the ball with precision, playing in triangles, ensuring the opposition dance to his European tune out at in Port Elizabeth.
The pair, Ntseki and Zungu have since smoked the peace pipe, with the former African Champions League winner shaking his gaffer’s hand in appreciation and gratitude recently.
The Duduza-born Rolls Royce has affirmed his status as one of the go-to-guys for Bafana, and with the Africa Cup of Nations on the horizon, and the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers, it is safe to say Zungu is a foregone inclusion from hereon in.
Selebalo Karabo Phasha.