Former Mamelodi Sundowns star Sello 'Page' Mahlangu has selected his all-time Brazilians XI in the Premier Soccer League era.
Since the PSL's inception in 1996, the 'Brazilians' have won 21 trophies, including 11 league titles, with four of the triumphs coming in the last four seasons.
While Kaizer Chiefs are still Cup Kings of South African football, it is Sundowns who holds that record in PSL era.
Mahlangu, who contributed to the club's past achievement and records, agreed to make the difficult choice and named his best XI of Sundowns players in the PSL era.
"With this Eleven, a goal could come in anytime." He tells KickOff.com.
"My formation could be four at the back, three in the middle, then false number nine, wingers, then there's a centre - forward. This is the centre-forward that I would dream to use as a coach one day.
"I've never seen it being applied by any coach in Mzansi whereby you play with a single right winger, a false number nine and centre-forward. Then three players in the middle who are not defending. Meaning we will be attacking with six players and defending with four. The defending will come naturally."
Click through the gallery above to see Mahlangu's Best Sundowns XI.