Sunday, October 28, 2018

Ronald Pfumbidzai Gave Another 'Lecture' After Scoring At The Last Gasp In Celtic's 1-0 Win At Home To Baroka

After producing a classic celebration that went viral on social media for his goal in Zimbabwe Warriors' 2-2 draw away to DR Congo in the Africa Cup of nations qualifier, Ronald Pfumbidzai imitated his goal celebration again- this time after scoring Bloemfontein Celtic's solitary goal in their 1-0 win at home to Baroka in the Absa premiership on Sunday afternoon.

The 23-year-old overlapping left-back scored in the 93rd minutes after getting to the end of Victor Letsoalo's cross in the box before firing the ball into the top corner of the net to stole the victory for Bloemfontein Celtic.

After netting the winner Pfumbidzai ran to the corner side of the pitch signalling his teammates to seat down in a class-like format before pretending to give them a lecture- in his trademark, much to the amusement of coach Steve Komphela who is known for inventing quite a few of his own trademarks in the game.

The celebration which Pfumbidzai has been doing quite often even since his days with Zimbabwe's Caps United, is slowly becoming a popular trademark with the defender currently in scoring mode having recently scored an important goal for Zimbabwe Warriors against DR Congo in the Afcon qualifiers.

It is Pfumbidzai's first goal in six league appearances for Celtic this season.


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