Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki is happy with the way his players performed during a practice match against Port Elizabeth-based Absa Premiership side Chippa United at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Thursday.
The match, which Ntseki was using to prepare Bafana Bafana for Sunday’s Nelson Mandela Challenge match against Mali at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, ended in a 1-1.
Ntseki used two teams – one for each half – during the match.
Having seen his players in action against the Chilli Boyz, Ntseki is confident that Bafana Bafana will deliver on Sunday.
Port Elizabeth, which is affectionately known as the Windy City, has been blessed with rain in the last 48 hours and it is predicted that it is going to rain again on Sunday.
But Ntseki is not worried about the Port Elizabeth weather even though it changes at least four times in one day.
Ntseki insists Bafana Bafana will use an offensive approach as he believes that being offensive is the only way to go if they want to score goals on Sunday.
Scenes from @BafanaBafana vs Chippa United practice match at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth @Banyana_Banyana @SAFA_net #NelsonMandelaChallenge #sharethebay pic.twitter.com/3yBY3VroVW
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– Report by Monwabisi Jimlongo
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