Orlando Pirates striker Lehlohonolo Majoro has enjoyed a wonderful spike in form this season, which saw him bang in the goals left right and centre in all competitions.
Despite the club opting to use two strikers in recent times in Kermit Erasmus and Majoro, Should Majoro get the nod instead?
Earlier on in the season, both Erasmus and Majoro hit form simultaneously and there was an outcry from the fans to start both strikers.
The coaching staff did not budge at this as they felt the duo were players of similar style. However, upon experimenting with playing the duo, they may have been surprised to see that a partnership was possible.
When assessing things overall though, the partnership may have come at the cost of Erasmus's goal streak. Yes, they may gel on the pitch, but only one of them seems to be benefiting more in terms of goals - and that is Major.
Major has been in great goal scoring form this season with eight accredited to his name in the league. Even when utilised as the lone striker, he never looked like slowing down in front of goal.
The partnership, ‘4595’ as we know it, is one of the deadliest striking duo's in the country, but is it the best option for Pirates.
Should Pirates use Majoro as the lone striker?