Bloemfontein Celtic caused the biggest upset of the week as they beat Wits 2-1 at home on Saturday night.
Striker Tshegofatso Mabasa scored both goals for Celtic, but it was Lantshene Phalane who stabilised his team’s midfield.
Phalane was both defensively sound, and explosive going forward.
He was involved in both of Siwelele’s goals, while his penetrative balls kept goalkeeper Darren Keet busy for the better part of the night.
Keet is our entrusted man between the sticks, as he came to Wits’ rescue on a number of occasions.
There was little he could do with Celtic’s penalty and one-on-one duel against Mabasa, and he continues to prove why he deserves his Bafana Bafana call-ups.
He is protected by Asavela Mbekile – who impressed on debut against
Ben Motshwari is gradually proving why he deserves his nod ahead of Orlando Pirates’ Player of the Season Musa Nyatama.
Motshwari cleans up our defence, while also linking play with Phalane and wingers Luckyboy Mokoena and Lyle Lakay.
Mokoena has been in fine form for
As a result, he’ll be hoping to continue sending in those crosses for our front-men, Mabasa and Ayanda Patosi.
We are almost halfway through the season, and so far, we’ve seen a fitter and responsible Patosi compared to the previous campaign.
Vamos boys⚽️great win pic.twitter.com/aekSJ0ewZS— Ayanda Patosi (@AyandaPatosi) November 11, 2018
On Sunday, he led
Team of the Week
Goalkeeper: Darren Keet (Wits)
Defenders: Asavela Mbekile and Innocent Maela (Pirates), Mosa Lebusa (Sundowns) and Teenage Hadebe (Chiefs)
Midfielders: Ben Motshwari (Pirates), Lantshene Phalane (Celtic), Luckyboy Mokoena (
Strikers: Tshegofatso Mabasa (Celtic), Ayanda Patosi (CT City)@Mihlalibaleka