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Bucs’ Top 5 Performers In CAF Matches

Orlando Pirates have enjoyed success in the 2013 CAF Champions League so far. Now at the semi-final stage, we preview Bucs’ top five performers.

Bucs walk into this monumental clash as slight underdogs, however, Bucs saw off some of the giants of the African game in the form of Al Ahly, Zamalek and AC Leopards.

Andile Jali leads up Bucs’ attacking statistics with 11.25 final third entries, which makes him a massive attacking threat, although the talented midfielder has also been instrumental in getting behind the ball and rolling up the sleeves for Pirates.

Attacking:

                          Matches Played:              Total Shots:           Final 3rd entries

1. Andile Jali               4                              0.25                         11.25

2. Ayanda Gcaba         1                               1                                7

3. Collins Mbesuma     1                               1                                 1

4. Daine Klate             6                               2.33                             3.5

5. Happy Jele              5                               1                                   10

Andile Jali has made the most amount of passes for Pirates, with his amount of successful passes showing just why Bucs have been so successful in the CAF Champions League this season.

Passing:

                                               Passes:                                 Successful passes:

1. Andile Jali                            56.75                                    47.5

2. Lehlohonolo Masalesa         52.25                                    45.75

3. Oupa Manyisa                      51.17                                    43.33

4. Ayanda Gcaba                     44                                         37

5. Happy Jele                           42.8                                      38.4

Rooi Mahamutsa has been a revelation for Bucs in the wake of Siyabonga Sangweni’s absence through injury.

Defending:

                                                                                Tackles:

1.       Rooi Mahamutsa                                          6

2.       Lucky Lekgwathi                                           5

3.       Happy Jele                                                   5

4.       Andile Jali                                                    4

5.       Patrick Phungwayo                                       2

 

By: Julian Bailey

Follow Julian on Twitter: @kwetsa_89

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