Absa Premiership

Sibisi impressed by deadly CBD

2016-05-06 11:22
Keagan Dolly (Supplied)

Cape Town - Former Sundowns striker Diyo Sibisi heaped praise on the consistency of the club's attacking trio of Leornado Castro, Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly.

CBD has scored over 30 goals between them in all competitions for the Brazilians this season, including 24 in the Premiership, to help the Downs clinch their seventh league title since the Premiership was formed in 1997.

Sibisi says the three has done well to get the goals for the Chloorkop outfit, before adding that if the club manages to keep the same front line next season, they can be as deadly as the Barcelona attacking three of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.

"They impressed me a lot. They are doing well in terms of their forward movements and scoring goals," Sibisi told Goal website.

"I think Sundowns they are the league champions mainly because of them."

"They have done very well for their first season together.

"I think if the coach keeps them together for next season and play together as they have been doing this season, they will be just as good as MSN and even the ones of Real Madrid," Sibisi said.

 

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