Mamelodi Sundowns have a host of foreigners on their books, with Zimbabwe and Zambia being the two most represented nations at Chloorkop. But how would they slot into a starting XI?
This season, the Brazilians had more than five non-South Africans on their books – many of them had been nationalised with an SA identity document, so they had room for more foreigners.
Over the past few years, 10 Zimbabweans have pulled on the green and yellow jersey, while there have been eight Zambians.
Chipolopolo goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene slots into goal forr this XI, while Peter Ndlovu leads the attacking trio, alongside Felix Katongo and Cuthbert Malajila.
Meanwhile, Warriors attacker Khama Billiat is currently still playing for the Chloorkop outfit, and makes this team too, naturally….
Below is a Sundowns' starting XI based purely on the Zimbabweans and Zambians they have had on their books.
GK: Kennedy Mweene (Zambia)
DF: Hichani Himoonde (Zambia)
DF: Method Mwanjali (Zimbabwe)
DF: Sashi Chalwe (Zambia)
MF: Mukuka Mulenga (Zambia)
MF: Kudakwashe Mahachi (Zimbabwe)
MF: Esrom Nyandoro (Zimbabwe)
MF: Khama Billiat (Zimbabwe)
FW: Cuthbert Malajila (Zimbabwe)
FW: Peter Ndlovu (Zimbabwe)
FW: Felix Katongo (Zambia)
What do you make of this team?