The 26-year-old attacker has been delivering impressive performances since joining the Houghton-based club at the beginning of the season. In the 23 league matches played by Bucs, Tito was voted the Man of the Match six times, making him the player with the most such accolades this season. His impact for coach Jose Riveiro’s team has been significant.

Many are comparing the two players, suggesting that the Bucs star cannot be compared to his Brazilian counterpart. However, it’s important to note that Maswanganyi is not Themba Zwane. Both players have a role to play in the national team and can contribute immensely to the team’s style of play and maintain the South African football identity.

Both players are skillful, creating and scoring goals for their respective teams. They are adept at playing in the final third, creating spaces, playing in the pockets, and maneuvering between the lines to make their teams tick. It’s worth considering that Tito is in his first full season at Pirates, while Mshishi has been around for more than a decade, indicating a stark contrast in their careers.

With Mshishi at 34 and Tito at 26, the age difference and PSL experience make it clear that the two players can’t be directly compared. Additionally, their Bafana Bafana experience or lack thereof also plays a significant role in distinguishing between the two players.

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