Oscarine Masuluke will be looking to make history at the FIFA Puskas Awards on Monday, 23 October.
The Baroka FC goalkeeper who scored an out-of-this-world bicycle kick goal against Orlando Pirates in November 2016 has already made history by being the first African footballer to be among the top three nominees for the award and will be looking to add more on that by bringing it home should all be in his favour come the glorious night in London.
Supporters Club members have come out in numbers to back the Limpopo-born player, encouraging fellow supporters of the game to vote for the Bakgaga man.
Their messages of support continue to pour in. Take a look at some:
"I voted already. Bring it home boy, be the first African to win it." – louismakolobe
"I have voted for you already and I believe you will bring it back, proudly South African." – Snethe
"People, please vote. That goal was exquisite, a game changer, log changer, in the dying minute of the game, SCORED BY A GOALKEEPER against an AFRICAN GIANT. What more can you ask for?" – Maclane
"Well, I have voted six times already for Masuluke's super goal." – KING~PHAZAMISA~RETURNS
"Already voted and I will encourage my family to do the same." – mofokemh
"If it's really upon the public to decide, I can say let's vote for him as South Africans, as the continent of Africa. He can really win it, he scored that goal in the dying minutes, as a goalkeeper. I mean, he deserves this award but votes will tell." – firstname.lastname@example.org
"All African brothers are voting for him, I will also vote for him." – juju banned lwandle hater
"One vote per person will make a difference." – email@example.com