Kermit finishes as PSL top scorer


Erasmus pipped Free State Stars striker and Absa Premiership Golden Boot winner Moeketsi Sekola following his hat-trick against CF Mounana in the CAF Confederation Cup.

The former SuperSport United forward also scored 10 League goals and two in the MTN8 to register his best season in the PSL to date.

There is still one game left in the PSL season – the Nedbank Cup Final between Ajax Cape Town and Mamelodi Sundowns – but neither team has a player with a realistic chance of overtaking Erasmus. Only Cuthbert Malajila could still catch Erasmus but would need four goals in the Final just to equal 15.

SuperSport United striker Jeremy Brockie also snuck into the top 11 following a great start to his PSL career, netting double figures in half the number of appearances of other players having only played his first game in February.

PSL Top Scorers
(2014/15, all competitions)

Kermit Erasmus - 15
Moeketsi Sekola - 14
Lerato Lamola - 13
Lehlohonolo Majoro - 13
Cuthbert Malajila - 11
Puleng Tlolane - 11
Eleazar Rodgers - 11
Khama Billiat - 10
Teko Modise - 10
Jeremy Brockie - 10
Dove Wome - 10

Last season Knowledge Musona top-scored with 16 goals for Kaizer Chiefs, including five in the CAF Champions League. This season Chiefs had no player reach double figures for goals despite comfortably winning the League.