Siphiwe Tshabalala celebrated his 50th goal in style against Stellenbosch FC on the weekend, and now he has reacted to the impressive tally. Have you heard his thoughts on the matter?
The Kaizer Chiefs midfielder had the number 50 written on his wrist strapping during the game, and when he scored for his club, he pointed out the figure before raising his hand to the sky.
"Shabba" has since taken to his own personal website to reflect on his latest achievement, and he has thanked all the people who have played an integral role in making him into the player he is today.
"I am grateful for the opportunity to play football and to be one of the few players to reach milestones like I have. I thank God for the provision. It is humbling to celebrate 10 years in a single club and scoring 50 goals," he wrote.
"Also not forgetting my teammates and everyone who has supported me through the process and now I am here. It is credit to the support from teammates. Soccer is not a one man sport and I can only reach these milestones with the rest of the team behind me, so I am grateful.
"The work though does not stop here. We still have a lot to do and so far it has been a good race. I hope that we can stay humble and keep going until the end of the season."
What is your most memorable goal scored by Shabba?