Thabiso Kutumela's goal for Orlando Pirates on Tuesday evening means that Tendai Ndoro is no longer the only goalscorer at Mayfair. However, there are other teams in the PSL who have relied on the scoring services of one man. Can you name who they are?
The league has been under way for a handful of games now, and while some clubs have played more than others, the action has certainly been entertaining.
Mamelodi Sundowns are yet to score a goal in the league so far, with their only PSL fixture so far being a 0-0 stalemate against Maritzburg United
The same can't be said for Orlando Pirates, though. Muhsin Ertugral has seen his team play some entertaining football, with Ndoro scoring five goals after just two league appearances.
However, he is no longer the club's only goalscorer for the season after Kutumela found the back of the net against Platinum Stars on Wednesday.
Ajax Cape Town have struggled to find a win this season, and they have been relying on the services of Nathan Paulse inside the box. The towering striker has scored three goals in four league appearances, making him the second highest goalscorer in the league so far.
Meanwhile, Free State Stars' defeat to Kaizer Chiefs last night meant that Charles Kampi remains their solitary hitman for the 2016/17 season so far, as they have worryingly only found the back of the net just once this season.
The same applies for Bloemfontein Celtic, with Alfred Ndengane having been the only player to put the ball into the back of the opposition's net, and with the midweek game against Sundowns having been postponed, rest assured Serame Letsoaka's side will have been practising their goalscoring in training.
What do you make of these statistics?