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Ghana's 'bully' tactics exposed? : See What is Happening

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Indeed all what happens in the dark will always comes out in the light. This match of bafana and ghana was the full proof on that indeed.

The hosts were 1-0 champs civility of a questionable punishment call by individual West African ref Ndiaye Maguette whose directing of the game left such a great amount to be wanted. 

Accordingly, SAFA has drawn in previous official Ace Ncobo to incorporate an autonomous report which demonstrates there was an example of inclination with 90,9% of rulings against South Africa. 

For Mokoena, who played an hour and a half in Sunday's conflict uncovered conduct he found "interesting" about the Ghana players. 

"It is exceptionally miserable that we needed to lose the manner in which we lost. I think we merited better collectively," says Mokoena. 

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"We had a positive outlook and the conviction that we would go to the following round, and we kept that conviction. You perceived how we battled, played and certainty of how we caught the ball. 

"You realize it is interesting how during the game they [Ghana players] continued to say 'if you go head to head with these young men, they will beat us so let us be physical'. In this way, I resembled these folks don't put stock in themselves. 

"I think we have top players in this group, and we should continue to have faith in ourselves. The future looks splendid, however I am miserable in light of the fact that it would have been astounding in light of the fact that I have equipped for the Under-20 World Cup then Olympic Games and this would have been Qatar 2022. 

"It is tragic for myself as well as my family back home who are crying with me since they know my objectives and what I need to accomplish for my future." 

Those equivalent opinions by Mokoena were reverberated by lead trainer Hugo Broos. 

"For the future, I think we have a group now. The circumstance is diverse now when we play the qualifiers of the AFCON in light of the fact that we have the experience of those six (World Cup) qualifying games. 

"Bafana is a decent group, and you can expect great outcomes and I anticipate great outcomes. For me there is one in particular that matters, and it is to meet all requirements for the AFCON, and we will do that," says Broos.

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