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South Africa: Salim Jamal lined to break clean-sheets record

by Nnalubaale Sports
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Uganda Cranes goalkeeper Salim Jamal Magoola is two moments away from hitting the most clean-sheets in the First Round in South Africa’s top-flight, the Premier Soccer League (PSL).

The Richards Bay goal-minder has so far recorded 9 shutouts in 13 games, and will be keen to make it 10 when his side take on strugglers, Swallows FC on Saturday.

At nine shutouts in 13 games, Jamal is one away from equaling fellow Ugandan Denis Onyango‘s and Calvin Marlin‘s that came in 14 and 15 games respectively.

The 27 year-old former Express FC and KCCA FC among others goalkeeper is also eight away from breaking the most clean-sheets in a 30-game PSL season.

Jamal can break Moeneeb Josephs‘ 17 clean-sheets a season, which the latter made in the 2009/10 campaign while playing for Orlando Pirates.

His side, along with Onyango’s Mamelodi Sundowns have conceded just six and five goals respectively and they will face off in an history making night which will double as their final game of the first round.

The two sides are on course for conceding the least goals in a full campaign, which is held by the 2003/04 Kaizer Chiefs team at 11 goals conceded.

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