Bafana’s chance of qualifying for the World Cup in Russia are slim, following the news that they have to replay the match against Senegal. They were poor in back-to-back matches against Cape Verde, first losing 2-1 in Praia and then going to lose by the same scoreline at Moses Mabhida Stadium four days later earlier this month.
After beating Wydad 1-0 in the first leg clash played at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday, Sundowns left for Morocco on Monday night, getting a good send off from their supporters at OR Tambo International Airport. But KickOff.com has been informed that Wydad have not organised a training pitch and Sundowns have not wasted any time to put this in writing to SAFA, so that the matter can be taken up with CAF. Sundowns are hoping that CAF can intervene as soon as possible.
Zakri scored the winner in Sundowns' 1-0 victory over the Moroccan outfit in the first leg encounter at Lucas Moripe Stadium yesterday, after coming on at the start of the second half for midfielder Sibusiso Vilakazi. After a disappointing first half in which Sundowns did not do much to trouble the Wydad goalkeeper, Zakri changed the game and gave the hosts the goal they needed to take a slender lead to Casablanca for the away clash on Saturday.
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