New Zealand striker Jeremy Brockie has only been at his new club for a few days – but he has already trained with a world superstar.
The striker, who moved to Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa from SuperSport United, welcomed a visitor to training today.
Usain Bolt, the fastest man on the planet, visited the club and enjoyed a training session with the players including star striker Jeremy Brockie.
Bolt is the fastest man on the planet after winning numerous Olympic and World Championship gold medals in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m sprints. He is also a keen footballer and, like Brockie, is a Manchester United fan.
— FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) January 29, 2018
The Jamaican sprinter has been linked to professional football clubs for several years but has never played the game at that level.
Brockie joined the table-toppers this month after handing in a transfer request at SuperSport United. He has led the goalscoring charts with 54 goals since his move in 2014.
The striker previously played for Wellington Phoenix, where he scored 28 goals in 59 games. He has played 49 times for New Zealand
but has scored just a single goal for the national team.
Brockie has already proved a hit with Sundowns fans, who are hoping he will fire them to the championship and continental glory – and they even have a terrace song for him.
“Brockie o kae?” pic.twitter.com/EP8cTLLODg
— Masandawana Fan Vlog (@MSFCfanVlog) January 21, 2018