Fiston wants to be Sundowns' best

2015-07-17 10:56
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Cape Town - Burundi international Abdul Razak Fiston joined Mamelodi Sundowns from Kenyan club Sofapaka in June on a three-year deal and he aims to be the club’s top goal scorer.

Fiston was one of the stars of the 2014 CHAN tournament despite failing to make it out of the group stage and Sport24 caught up with the forward to find out how he was settling down ahead of his debut PSL season.

“Sundowns is a good team and I am settling down very well at the club. The players have welcomed me very well and I don’t have any problems with the Sundowns guys,’’ said Fiston.

“My target is to be the top scorer at Sundowns. I will make sure I work hard and reach my target to be the top scorer.”

Cuthbert Malajila was the first choice striker for Sundowns for most of last season and Fiston’s first challenge will be to fight for a starting berth.

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