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Bafana progressed to the COSAFA Cup last in the wake of overcoming Mozambique 3-0 at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Friday. 

COSAFA Cup Semi-Final 

Result: South Africa 3-0 Mozambique 

Date: 16 July 2021 

Scene: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium 

Bafana brought back the serious weapons who were refreshed in a draw with Zambia, with any semblance of shot-plug Veli Mothwa, Rushine De Reuck, Sphelele Mkhulise and yop scorer Victor Letsoalo. 

Two or three ineffective set-pieces in the beginning phases, Bafana ultimately broke the halt in the 24th moment civility of a looking header by Njabulo Ngcobo, who opened his record for the public side. 

With the hosts thinking that its hard to tear down the Mambas in open play, Morena Ramoreboli's charges verged on multiplying their lead from another set-piece ten minutes before the break after De Reuck constrained a save out of shot-plug Ernan Siluane with a header from a corner. 

Mozambique had the need to keep moving in the end period of the primary verse, putting Bafana under tension however the safeguard stood firm to clutch a 1-0 lead going to the half-time break. 

The Mambas were started up coming from the break yet they were gotten on a counter-assault on the hour-mark, after Sifiso Ngobeni constrained a save out of Siluane at the close to post butYusuf Maart exploited the bounce back from the edge of the crate and twisted a shocking strike into the top corner to twofold the lead for Bafana. 

Horacio Goncalves' soldiers were opening up at the back and Monnapule Saleng had a once in a lifetime opportunity to make it 3-0 for South Africa as of now after a chipped through ball by Mkhulise yet he impacted his volley wide of the far post. 

Nonetheless, Bafana at last took care of business three minutes after the fact from the punishment spot changed over expertly by Letsoalo, who got his fourth objective of the competition and turned into the main goalscorer, after he was kicked inside the container by Joaquim Mapangane. 

Bafana rolled out a twofold improvement as of now, as Thabang Sibanyoni supplanted Mkhulise forthright and Ethan Brooks went ahead for Maart in midfield, as the hosts clutched a far reaching win and will confront visitor country Senegal in the last while Mozambique will play Eswatini in the third/fourth spot play-off, both on Sunday evening. 

Here's the way they line up: 

South Africa: Mothwa, Mobbie, Ngcobo, De Reuck, Dube, Ngobeni, Maart, Saleng, Sithebe, Mkhulise, Letsoalo. 

Mozambique: Siliane, Nangy, Muze, Pelembe, Mapangane, Alexandre, Ernesto, Thauzene, Junior, Nhaga, Maicame.

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