So it was Bafana vs Senegal the hopes were high, I even invited friends over to my place thinking this is the game we going to win and give us a fighting chance to go through to the next round.
It was a tightly contested first half nothing really to talk about a couple of free kicks here and shot at goals there but stats don’t win you games GOALS do so a disappointing 0-0 first half was not on – Why is Parker not in the startibg line up?
I am no football pundit but I want Bafana to win this tournament – I believe we have the team and coach to take us to greater heights. The second half started with a bang as Oupa Manyisa put Bafana in the lead with a goal worthy of Fifa 15 credentials 😀 it was his first international goal too, it is not only the Proteas who can break records hahaha. Just like in the first game we as South Africans went crazy even the commentators were jumping the gun but then BOOM….
a Senegal free-kick and Mbodji heads Senegal level 1-1 – sadness abound.
After Ghana won Algeria we knew that we had to win this game for a real chance at progressing without the help of another team but now the final score ending 1-1 it gives us a slight chance mathematically – (im talking pure maths, angles and graphs included). I remember a mix up with the maths in qaulification for the last Afcon, I hope the OBE system don’t mess us up again this time round but with Gyan back in action the last game against Ghana will be the death of us – Group Of Death for Bafana – Ask yourself do you believe, would you put money on Bafana winning my heart says yes 😉
Look Bafana is not bad the improvements in qaulity are there but they are not listening to the sideline coaches (that is me and you reading this post) – finish the chances created GOALS WIN GAMES as simple as that. Ok fine says the guy drinking a draught beer but it all comes together with a Castle right :-D.
Am I happy with a draw….nope but I am even more upset with United drawing to Cambridge in the FA Cup 4th round really now maak kla die game en bring vir ons ‘n trophy before we shout Van Gaal out and Moyes in