Kaizer Chiefs star has sent a message to Bafana Bafana ahead of their crucial encounter against Ethiopia.
The South African senior National Squad is in Ethiopia to honour their first leg of the 2022 FIFA World cup qualifiers which is scheduled tomorrow.
The second leg will be played on Tuesday in South Africa.
Bafana will be aiming to extend their lead in group G to have better chances of going to the next round.
Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has sent a message of advice to Bafana ahead of the game.
Khune did not make the cut to Hugo Broos' squad that travelled to Ethiopia.
Khune has previously played against Ethiopia during his time at Bafana and has advised the current squad on how they should approach the opponents.
"They must go out there and enjoy themselves and make sure at the end of the campaign they qualify for the World Cup," Khune told Chiefs' media.
Khune believes that the absence of fans in the stadium will give a huge advantage to Bafana as they are playing away despite Ethiopia being a tough opponent.
The Amakhosi skipper also believe that Broos' boys will come back with the desired results and make the country proud.
Source: idiski Times
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