Khune won't be playing against Ajax Cape Town this weekend, so he will have to find another opportunity to break the record.
The record was set by Manchester City keeper Ederson recently. There's also a video below of how Ederson achieved the Guinness award.
Perhaps South Africa is recently caught up in winning such awards. Do you believe that Khune can do it?
We'd say that it's worth trying, after all Khune loves to practice his distribution over and again.
The @ManCity goalkeeper Ederson has won a GUINEESS WORLD ROCORD award for breaking a record of Longest football drop kick’ - 75.35 metres....challenging @IIKHUNE_32_16 to beat this. I am sure he can cc @EmekaEnyadike @JoMaluleke pic.twitter.com/AGL7FvvXkM— Clyde Tlou (@clydegoal) May 11, 2018