Cape Town - Former Orlando Pirates striker Andries Sebola believes Pirates may have found a reliable goalscorer in Tendai Ndoro.
In-form Ndoro has been clinical in front of goal for the Buccaneers recently, netting 10 goals in the last nine games in all competitions, including an assist and a goal in their 2-0 Nedbank Cup quarter-final victory over Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday night.
"I think for now he is the solution for Pirates. If you remember it was the same thing with (Thamsanqa) Gabuza before when he and (Kermit) Erasmus was still around. Both of them were doing fine for Pirates. After Erasmus left, Gabuza started losing form," Sebola told Goal website.
"So, now it is the turn for Ndoro to grab the opportunity with both hands and I am happy for him because he used to sit on the bench for many, many matches. So it’s now his turn to deliver and I am happy because he is getting the goals."
"He can be the solution for Pirates if they give him the supply. My only worry is the supply from the midfielders to the strikers. If they can give him more supply. I think the boy will score more goals because he has got the pace, height and power," he added.