Despite hitting the back of the net five times already this season, Maponyane tells Goal that he’s not convinced that Ndoro is the best striker in the PSL just yet

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Zimbabwe international striker Tendai Ndoro has raised the bar with five goals in two league matches for the Buccaneers so far this season.
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While former Orlando Pirates striker Marks Maponyane admitted to Goal that Ndoro is taking his chances very well, he still think he should score on a regular basis to be considered the best in the PSL.
“I have to admit that he is taking his chances very well. He finishes well. I mean, he has one of those days where he really wasn’t coming to the party. So, he is someone you cannot leave unattended,” Maponyane told Goal .
“I cannot climb on top of the mountain to say that he is lethal, he is going to score week in and week out, you know,” Maponyane said.
“He has got to prove that, and I can’t take anything away from him. He has got to go out there and prove that given the chances he is going to bury them. I mean, he is doing well,” Maponyane added.
Over the last few seasons, PSL strikers have failed to break the 20-goal mark in the league, with Siyabonga Nomvethe striker to have achieved this feat in the last decade. 
However, at the current rate, Ndoro looks set to score more than 20 league goals this season.  

By Edward May