Orlando Pirates striker Kwame Peprah has credited the motivation from his teammates and coaches for his recent form following their win over AmaZulu in the DStv Premiership.
The 21-year-old bagged his second brace in back to back games as the Buccaneers secured a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Ustuhu at the Orlando Stadium on Thursday evening.
The win sees the Buccaneers end their in second place in the DStv Premiership with 30 points from 19 games, while Usuthu end the year in fifth place on the table with 25 points from 20 matches.
“We thank the almighty God for giving us this victory. I would say this win was by the motivation and the thoughts of our leaders especially the coaches and the skippers who told us to never give up,” Peprah told SuperSport TV after the game.
“We worked together and we have this victory so we gave the almighty God all the thanks.
“Yes, I’m sure. Little by little I’m getting there because it’s now easy when you have the encouragement and the support from your teammates or your playing body you can do what you want to do.
“So, I also give thanks today to the whole body, the playing body for giving me this opportunity,” Peprah highlighted.
The Ghanian also went on to acknowledge his teammate Linda Mntambo for teaching him the celebrating he displayed against AmaZulu.
“This dance is from one of my teammates Linda Mntambo. He taught me this celebration so big ups Linda (laughs) for this celebration,” he added.