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Hugo Broos has confirmed a big challenge for Bafana


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Percy Tau of South Africa during the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between South Africa and Ghana at FNB Stadium on September 06, 2021 in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Photo by Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images/Getty Images)

Bafana Bafana to face Mbappe’s France in March 2022

Bafana lead trainer Hugo Broos has uncovered that his side will confront reigning title holders France in March 2022.

South Africa have no commitment in the forthcoming Fifa worldwide week not long from now after their inability to progress to the last round of the 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifiers.


The last time Bafana confronted France was right around 12 years prior. Bafana arose 2-1 champs from a popular 2010 World Cup Group A match in Bloemfontein. France has experienced a player revolt of sorts during the competition.

The experience without wanting to be Bafana's first match since their disputable 1-0 misfortune to Ghana in their last World Cup qualifier in November of 2021.

Broos likewise unveiled that Bafana will take on Zambia during the March worldwide week.

"We are playing March against France and I think against Zambia after that," Broos told the Sunday Times.

"Those are the two matches to set us up for the [2023] Afcon qualifiers in June. You are playing against the title holders.

"Solid resistance give you legitimate arrangement. Regardless of whether you lose the games it's anything but a train crush."


Broos said there could be no more excellent groundwork for serious football than to take on the title holders. The Belgian accepts the benefit of taking on the tricolor will go a long ways past what result they can accomplish on the day.

"You can glean tons of useful knowledge of things and get a sign of where your group is at. Promptly you will see where the shortcomings are," he clarified.

"Such games let you know the distance the group takes care of. They give you something else. Perhaps that is what we really wanted and didn't have for the qualifiers of the World Cup. We didn't actually play extreme matches."


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