PSL's South American bromance

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The DStv Premiership has players from many continents and this has resulted in the South American trio of Gaston Sirino, Leonardo Castro and Ricardo Nascimento's evergrowing bromance.  

Relocating to another part of the world can often be a lonely experience for a footballer due to the language barrier between them and the country they are in. In South Africa, this is amplified with a wide range of official languages stretching from IsiXhosa to English to Venda.  

It appears that the trio who once starred at Chloorkop together have found solace in each other as they all are able to communicate in Spanish.  

Scroll through the gallery above to see the South American bromance

Once upon a Masadandwana time

On Instagram, Sirino uploaded a photo with Castro and Nascimento as they took to the tennis court to enjoy their much-needed time off from their usual hectic schedule. 

This is the first time that the trio has been pictured together off the pitch with Sirino and Castro previously celebrating Halloween together.  

Nascimento and his Uruguayan teammate often go on holidays together with their partners, allowing them to share memorable moments together. In 2019, they went to the Sun City resort to get some quality time with the people they hold dearest to their hearts. 

In 2020, Sirino and Castro along with Mauricio Affonso and Jose Ali Meza celebrated new year's day with one another.    

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Did you know? 

Mamelodi Sundowns seemingly have a love affair with South Americans having signed at least 11 players from that continent including the legendary Eduardo Ferreira, Fabio da Costa and more.  

Your thoughts, please? 

What do you think of the bromance? 

Here is a list of South American players to play for Mamelodi Sundowns