Teko Modise rolled back the years as he inspired his team to a convincing 10-4 drubbing at the world-first Heineken All-INvitational. Soccer Laduma takes a look at six of the best moments from the match.
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With so much hype created before the big event that saw some of the world's best current and former female and male players ascend on Mzansi shores for a first of its kind exhibition, the match certainly lived up to expectations.
Teko Is Still The Navigator
It has been three years since Modise called time on his eventful playing career but on Saturday, the General showed that he did not lose an inch of the talent that made him one of the household names in Mzansi football. He peppered Brian Baloyi’s goal with accurate shots and managed to score a number of goals in the 10-4 win.
Silver Fox Garcia’s deadly accuracy
In his heyday, he was a marauding winger for Real Madrid but Luis Garcia showed that he possesses deadly accuracy in front of goal. The Spaniard combined well with Modise on several occasions to create goal scoring opportunities, many of which he converted with laser precision.
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Bashin Modise Loves The Game
Africa’s all-time leading female scorer Portia Modise has made no secret of the fact that she loves the beautiful game, so much so, that she kissed the ball during the match! The veteran forward played a series of keepy-uppys before firmly planting her lips on the ball, much to the delight of the supporters.
No cobwebs For Spider Man
The score might have been 10-4 in favour of the opposing team, however it could have been much more had it not been for the heroics of Baloyi. The 48-year-old pulled off some unbelievable stops which were reminiscent of his heyday as a Kaizer Chiefs legend.
The girls came to the party
If you thought the men would steal the show, you thought wrong! The ladies held their own on the night. The likes of Amanda Dlamini, Andile Dlamini, Christine Lilly, Rosella Ayane, Mpumi Nyamdeni, Zanele Nhlapo and even freestyler Harriette Pavlou showed their mettle against their male counterparts.
Cassper shocks the fans
While fans were treated to high octane entertainment on the pitch, they were in for an even bigger surprise during halftime when musician Cassper Nyovest appeared on the field to perform his hit song ‘Siyathandana’. It is safe to say that the supporters were pleasantly surprised as Heineken made no mention of his possible appearance in the build-up to the event.
Have your say: what do you think was the standout moment of the Heineken All-INvitational?