Complex says: How to make your name at the World Cup? Play for the hosts in the opening match and smash in an absolute screamer. That's the story of Tshabalala's World Cup. How he played after that hardly matters, for he was instantly the name on everyone's lips—or the name that everyone had to learn how to say. South Africa fell early, but Tshabalala's career will live on.
Team that should buy him: Likely to get the move he seeks—and with the Premier League big business in South Africa, the marketing man's dream would have him move to England and make a mint back home. Probably not well enough equipped for a top side, but could do worse than join teammate Steven Pienaar at Everton.