Baroka goalkeeper Masuluke looking to do to Chiefs what he did to Pirates

Bottom-placed Bakgaga are confident of ending Amakhosi's nine-match unbeaten run when the two sides clash in Polokwane on Saturday

Baroka FC goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke is now relishing scoring against Orlando Pirates' fierce rivals Kaizer Chiefs.

The 23-year-old became world famous overnight after his spectacular bicycle-kick equaliser against Pirates in a PSL encounter late last year

Masuluke has explained that Bakgaga are oozing with confidence ahead of their PSL clash with one of the biggest clubs in the country, Chiefs.

“If we win tomorrow’s (Saturday) match then we will not have any reason to panic or doubt our future in this league,” Masuluke told The Citizen.

Baroka recently returned to winning ways - beating National First Division (NFD) side FC Cape Town 2-0 in the Nedbank Cup last 32 game last weekend.

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“We are ready for Chiefs. We know a win against them will be a huge confidence booster and we want it. We want nothing but a win,” he added.

“We will see about that. Such goals don’t come around often. I would like to score if it will help the team collect full points. I believe I can score such a goal again," he concluded.

It will be interesting to see if Masuluke's stunning goal will be nominated for the FIFA Puskas Award later this year.