Flames striker Khuda Myaba has cemented his grip on winning the Golden Boot in South Africa’s after scoring on Wednesday in his team Polokwane’s 4-0 demolition of Hungry Lions in the South Africa’s second tier league.
The former Moyale Barracks and Silver Strikers hitman has taken his tally to 12 after scoring his second consecutive goal in his team’s 2-3 loss to Venda on Sunday’s.
Myaba celebrated his feat when he posted on his Facebook Page, saying: “Thank God for the three points and another goal. 12 goals. Journey continues.”
Polokwane have moved to fourth position with 31 points from 19 games.
The Malawian mercurial striker, who once courted controversy after he was sidelined by Flames coach Meck Mwase, has now settled as one of the country’s strikers.
He is being followed by South African Luvuyu Phewa of University of Pretoria with eight goals while Zimbabwean Isaac Chirambadare of Pretoria Callies and his compatriot Ishmael Wadi of JDR Stars are tied at seven goals.
Myaba’s South African teammate Hlayisi Chauke has scored six goals.
Venda Football Academy, which beat Polokwane 3-2 on Sunday, lost an opportunity to cement their third position after drawing.
This has given Polokwane Star a chance to narrow the gap with Venda who have 32 points, just one point better.
Richards Bay FC are leading with 34 points from 18 games, just tied on points with second-placed JDR Stars and three better than Myaba’s team