#ThrowbackThursday: 2004/05 PSL Top Scorers

Collins Mbesuma scored 35 goals in all competitions to break Fani Madida’s record of 34 goals in the 2004/05 season. The last time anyone came close to breaking that league record was when Siyabonga Nomvete netted 19 goals for Moroka Swallows in the 2011/12 Premier Soccer League (PSL) season.



2004/05 Premier Soccer League Top Scorers

Collins Mbesuma (Kaizer Chiefs) – 35 goals

25 League, 3 SAA Supa 8 Cup, 3 Coca-Cola Cup, 4 CAF Champions League

Sandile Ndlovu (Dynamos) – 20 goals

18 League, 1 Coca-Cola Cup, 1 Absa Cup

Sandile Ndlovu (Moroka Swallows / SuperSport United) – 16 goals

10 League, 2 Coca-Cola Cup, 4 Absa Cup

Tico-Tico (SuperSport United) – 14 goals

7 League, 1 SAA Supa 8 Cup, 6 Absa Cup

Alton Meriring (Manning Rangers) – 12 goals

10 League, 2 Absa Cup

Mulondo Sikhwivhilu (Black Leopards) – 11 goals

10 League, 1 Coca-Cola Cup

Phumudzo Manenzhe (Orlando Pirates) – 11 goals

10 League, 1 Absa Cup

David Radebe (Kaizer Chiefs) – 11 goals

7 League, 2 Coca-Cola Cup, 2 Absa Cup

Abram Raselemane (SuperSport United) – 11 goals

2 League, 1 SAA Supa 8 Cup, 2 Coca-Cola Cup, 1 CAF Champions League, 5 CAF Confederation Cup

Siaka Tiene (Mamelodi Sundowns) – 10 goals

9 League, 1 Absa Cup

Peter Ndlovu (Mamelodi Sundowns) – 10 goals

8 League, 1 Coca-Cola Cup, 1 Absa Cup

Dennis Lota (Moroka Swallows) – 10 goals

6 League, 2 Coca-Cola Cup, 2 Absa Cup