Real men don’t cry? No such thing if you’re Osacrine Masuluke. Kaizer Chiefs’ late goal from Khama Billiat saw the Baroka FC goalkeeper shed tears on live television.
VIDEO OF MASULUKE CRYING AFTER LOSING TO KAIZER CHIEFS IN THE DSTV PREMIERSHIP
Following a stellar performance in goal that nearly earned him a clean sheet, the eventual Man of the Match Masuluke was beaten by a brilliant Khama Billiat strike in stoppage time on Saturday evening in Polokwane.
During the post-match interview as the best player on the night, the losing side’s goalkeeper Masuluke could not hide his emotions after the heart-wrenching loss in the dying minutes of the game.
Check out the video of the goalkeeper crying after losing to the Glamour Boys.
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KATSANDE: ‘I GREW UP IN A SHACK‘
In other news, Amakhosi legend Willard Katsande recently revealed he came out of a poverty-stricken background before making it as a professional star at Kaizer Chiefs.
The 35-year-old star, who now plays his football at Sekhukhune United, is known to be from Zimbabwe’s Mutoko, but not many of us knew exactly how he came up as a kid there.
The man known as ‘Salt n Pepper’ was asked how he was able to stay motivated after endless failures during his early football days.
“Poverty, poverty,” Katsande said.
“Poverty motivates me because I knew where I am coming from. It is not easy to stay in a shack. It is not easy not to have school fees. Read the full story here.
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