Former International Goalkeeper George Chigova Has Passed Away Aged 32

The shot stopper died after collapsing at his home in South Africa.

He suffered a heart attack in July and briefly tried to return to football.

The played nicknamed "Zikeeper" won 32 caps for Zimbabwe during his career. He featured at the Africa Cup of Nations several times.

Chigova also won the COSAFA Cup with Zimbabwe in 2017 and 2018.

He made a name for himself at Dynamos in his homeland, where he was dubbed his nickname by adoring supporters.

Chigova left and spent much of his club career in the South African Premier Division with SuperSport United and Polokwane City.

Tributes have flooded in for him, one read as cited by Sports Central: "Terrible news and may his soul rest in peace."

Another fan said: "May you rest in peace Zikeeper."

Others added: "You were one hell of a character. We will pray for you. You will be remembered."

More wrote: "Go well gentle giant."