The striker was deservedly named Man-of-the-Match for his efforts, setting up Leonardo Castro for the Brazilian’s first goal, before registering his name on the scoresheet with the team’s second goal of the match, which saw them go back to Pretoria with maximum points and as they sit comfortably at the summit of the table with 45 points, stretching their lead to nine points.
However, the Zimbabwean says anyone at the team could have easily been named Man-of-the-Match, after their fine display on the night.
“The whole team could have been Man-of-the-Match because we all worked hard. We knew we had to work hard because Bucs know how to play this game,” said Billiat.
“We just stuck to our game plan and executed what we worked on so we are very happy with the performance.”
Billiat, along with Castro and Keagan Dolly have built a most feared attacking trio in the league, scoring 21 goals between them in the team’s 37 goals in the league so far.
The trio is known as CBD (Castro Billiat Dolly).