Ntuli sets goal target

2015-09-30 15:03
Themba Zwane and Bongikosi Ntuli (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Platinum Stars striker Bongi Ntuli says scoring anything less than 12 goals this season would be a disappointment.

The on-loan striker, who joined Stars from Mamelodi Sundowns on a season-long deal, has already made his mark at the Phokeng-based outfit with two goals.

Ntuli is yet to reach the two-digit mark, having scored six goals for AmaZulu last season and nine for Golden Arrows in the season before.

At the weekend, Ntuli was among the scorers in the 3-1 demolition of SuperSport United.

"I want to continue to score goals, my target is at least 12 for the season," Ntuli was quoted as saying by the PSL website.

"There are a lot of very good strikers in the PSL, there's a lot of competition and Shakes Mashaba has many options.

"All I can do every week is work hard, try help my team to win and to score goals.

"We're looking forward to this one and hope to go on a good cup run again. It's going to be a tough game, but we are at home.

"It's 11 versus 11, we don't look at the names, we just go out to try and win every game."

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