Orlando Pirates' Tendai Ndoro has started the season "like a house on fire" for his beloved Buccaneers. He already has registered five league goals in just three league games.
In fact, Pirates, as a team, only have five goals to their credit in the league and it's all thanks to one man. If he were to continue with this form throughout the season, surely we are to witness a record-breaking performance with regards to the top-goal-scoring. He has been in brilliant form for both club and his native country as well.
Could this be a problem for Muhsin Ertugral's team going forward? To only have one man scoring goals? Where are the other strikers? Could this affect the entire team mentally?
As things stand now, if Tendai Ndoro does not score, Pirates are almost guaranteed not to win that game. Pirates are out of the MTN8 because Ndoro did not score. They drew against Cape Town City because Ndoro did not score!
Are the Buccaneers a one-man team?
*This article was written by a #Soccer Laduma reader and reflects their opinion, not that of Soccer Laduma.