South Africa after pipping Ghana by a loan goal have held on to the top of Group G in the world cup qualifiers and continues to impress.
Hugo Broos after Ghana was slated to face Ethiopia in Johannesburg for the WC qualifier clash lashed at authorities for giving Ghana a comfortable pitch were they stand a chance to beat Ethiopia.
Bafana bafana needed maximum points to ensure they are in the race for WC qualification against Zimbabwe and they did just that after Teboho Makoena opened the scoring for South Africa in the 26th minute.
With pressure on South Africa after hearing Ghana was held to a draw by Ethiopia, they pushed for a second possible goal but the resilience of the Zimbabweans was commendable.
They soaked all the pressure and ensured they conceded only the loan goal after the end of proceeding.
South Africa now play Ghana on the 14th of November 2021 at the Cape Coast Stadium in Ghana for the crucial qualifier. A win for Ghana will cost South Africa and with both teams yearning for a place in the Qatar FIFA WC 2022, it is going to be a cracker.
Ghana coming from a draw requires maximum points to sail through as a draw at the end of proceedings will be enough to see South Africa book their place in the Qatar 2022 world cup.
Coach Milovan and Hugo both will have to come into the game with new tactics that will open the game for a chance of qualification.