The youngerster Mthobi Mvala promises a multi-goal celebration for South African football supporters.
Congratulations to Bafana Bafana for coming back with the maximum 3 points from Ethiopia. A 3-1 victory by Bafana has given them the advantage to sit at the top of group G table with four clear points ahead of Ghana. South Africa has seven points and Ghana three points with a game to play later today against Zimbabwe.
Bafana Bafana goals scored by Teboho Mokoena from the set piece and that was the first goal of the match before halftime. Second half, Ethiopia equalized with an excellent free kick taken by Kebede on the 67 minutes of the game. On the 71 minutes, Mthobi Mvala puts South Africa in a lead again and supporters were pleased how he celebrated after scoring.
Mthobi Mvala is not a frequent goalscorer, but through his determination to improve every game he plays, we might see more celebration from this youngster. The last goal for Bafana Bafana came from Makgopa in the dying minutes of the game.
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