Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyasha Mushekwi has reached an incredible milestone highlighting his prolific goalscoring form since leaving South Africa.
Mushekwi arrived in the Absa Premiership back in 2010 with a massive reputation after winning the Golden Boot in the Zimbabwean top-flight with CAPS United.
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Having netted 21 league goals for the Harare based outfit prior to his lucrative switch to Chloorkop, the robust striker looked poised for a promising future.
After three years in South Africa, he netted a credible 30 goals in 92 appearances across all competitions before two separate loan stints in Belgium and Sweden.
Despite his exploits in Mzansi, the Zimbabwe international never really endeared himself as a fan-favourite but over the past seven seasons since leaving Masandawana, Mushekwi continued to flourish.
At the age of 32, now with Chinese side Zhejiang Greentown, he's reached the elusive 100-goal landmark since venturing abroad from Caps United a decade ago.
*In the gallery above you can see the breakdown of Mushekwi's goal-scoring record since his days with the Brazilians.