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Bafana’s New Position on the World Cup Qualifiers Table Shock South Africans

Bafana’s New Position on the World Cup Qualifiers Table Shock South Africans

Date: 2021/09/07

Bafana’s new position on the world cup qualifiers shocked everyone last night after their amazing performance, they brought in their best ever for the first time ever, two games have already been played by both Ghana and South Africa it is Amazing how they outclassed the Black Stars, the game was very thrilling people thought that they are going to lose but the late goal was just a masterpiece, it came late and it killed their Spirit, the next game Bafana will play will be against Ethiopia and they should not go there with a mentality that they already won because they will be humbled.

The position they are in right now can change at any moment, they should not get confused by the results at there is still a long way to go, good thing they did not pick Thulani Hlatshwayo who is low on confidence right now ever since Orlando Pirates were knocked out by Swallows on the table. The Position they are placed at needs them to even work harder otherwise tears will just follow after they thought they are doing good to be surprised by Ethiopia.

The Group the national team is placed at is not that bad, now that they beat Ghana they should try all means to do it again in the second leg in Accra when they meet up again. Number one is South Africa, number two is Ghana who is more competitive, number three is Zimbabwe who also has the potential to do good in the Group.

Ethiopia is number four, not bad but they are the underdogs but they also have a game in hand they could be number two if they manage to beat Rhodesia in tonight's game in Addis-Ababa.

Source: https://twitter.com/BafanaBafana/status/1434949411512233991     

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