The head coach of Bafana Bafana Hugo Broos sees a huge improvement in his squad under his watch.
Bafana played to a goalless draw on Friday against Guinea in the international friendly game.
Despite the failure to score goals, Bafana were very dominant in the game and created enough chances without scoring.
Broos has admitted that his side have improved a lot as compared to September last year where they were participating in the world Cup qualifiers.
The coach however admitted that the final product now is to score goals.
"And that may be the only negative point today, when you have so many chances you have to score one," said the coach after the Guinea game.
He added that what they saw in September and what they are seeing now there is day and night difference.
Bafana will return to action on Tuesday against France.
Broos is expected to ring some changes from the team that played Guinea as there were players who arrived late to the camp.
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