- matches played 104
- goals 7
- assists 0
- Last appearance (days ago) 221
Bongani Zungu played five matches this season. Standing 1.84 meter high, Bongani Zungu is larger, when looking at the average height in his team. These days, his team SC Amiens comes 16th place in Ligue 1 (France). The 26-year-old footballer was born on October 9, 1992 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age. Bongani Zungu is a right footer just as 81% of SC Amiens. After an overall look at his career, we can see that he was substituted in six times but never out. In the active season, he was taken out more often just like in the previous one.
He changed four clubs throughout his career as professional. Apart from Bongani Zungu, Gaoussou Traore, Cheick Timite, Thomas Monconduit, Stiven Mendoza, Saman Ghoddos, Iron Gomis, Eddy Gnahore and Alexis Blin are also midfielders of SC Amiens. He wears the jerses number 34 strip at SC Amiens. So far this season, he tied 80% of SC Amiens'' matches in Ligue 1. Unfortunately they did not manage to wrap up a single fixture, but at least tied four times. The briefest time Bongani Zungu's spent on a team counts five months in Vitoria Guimaraes B (Portugal).
Weighing 167.55lb, he measures 3lb less than the average player on SC Amiens. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 57 games, the last appearance being 15 days ago. Before joining SC Amiens, Bongani Zungu was engaged in the squads of Mamelodi Sundowns, Vitoria Guimaraes B and Vitoria Guimaraes. His best season was Ligue 1 17/18 (France), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of match presence. He received ten penalties throughout his entire career (all yellow). In the current playtime, he caught 2 yellow cards.
This season Bongani Zungu scored no and assisted no goals. On average, he hit the net not once per match this season which is a worse performance than last year's. Back then 0.06 goals and 0 assists per match have been achieved. Besides SC Amiens, Bongani Zungu is at South Africa's command, too. The longest period that he stayed in a team was two years and 11 months in Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa).
(Last edited May 13, 2019)