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Serero in doubt for Nigeria

2014-11-17 16:15
Thulani Serero (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Shakes Mashaba may not be able to call on Thulani Serero for the final AFCON 2015 qualifier against Nigeria. report that the Ajax Amsterdam midfielder sat out training on Monday morning.

Serero was arguably the best player on the park against Sudan on Saturday afternoon where he provided the opening goal as well as the key pass for Tokelo Rantie's second goal.

The midfielder pulled all the strings at the Moses Mahbida Stadium but was visibly tired after a dynamic display.

Serero did not take part in Monday's training and is now a major doubt to take his place in the Bafana Bafana lineup against Nigeria on Wednesday evening.

Reports suggest the midfielder is struggling with a hamstring injury.

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