Shabba cooks up a storm


Kaizer Chiefs legend Siphiwe Tshabalala appears to have made use of his time away from the pitch as he developed a new skill. Check it out!  

What happened?

Many footballers often dread the day that they will end their careers as many cannot imagine themselves not living in the busy day to day environment that athletes are presented with.

However, this is not an issue for Shabba who has adapted through all the adversities that life has thrown at him during his professional career.  

Scroll through the gallery above to see the veteran's new skill

Whether the veteran goes on baecations or simply attends events, he always gets social media talking as their beloved Amakhosi legend 

In a recent post on Instagram, the 37-year-old showed off his other skills which is cooking as he and the Springboks legend Tendai Mtawarira locked horns in a cook-off.  

Tshabalala proceeded to make Kingclip/Yellowtail with creamy sauce on roasted vegetables along with mango and rice under the guidance of Nelson Mandela's former chef Xolisa Ndoyiya but it was not enough to beat Beast. 

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This battle took place for the Siphiwe Tshabalala Foundation with the winner seemingly getting R80 000 for the charity of the choice. Shabba revealed that this money will go towards our relief program and we will help the communities in KwaZulu Natal that were heavily affected by the floods. 

Did you know? 

Shabba is permanently inked on the record books as the first-ever footballer in history to score in a FIFA World Cup staged on African soil. 

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