Numba not taking South Africa lightly
Zambia’s U-17 Coach, Numba Mumamba will not take lightly of their next opponent, South Africa at the 2017 Cosafa Castle Cup in Mauritius.
In a post match reactions, Numba said, he expects a tough encounter against their South African counterparts, hence the need to work hard.
“We expect a very tough game. South Africa and Zambia they are rivals.
“I think we expect a very tough game, looking at what they did in today’s match. I think they are very good side, we just have to be focused and work hard for us to get a positive result,” said Numba Mumamba.
Zambia opened the tournament with a 7-1 coercing of Madagascar with Lameck Banda and Martin Ndhlovu scoring a hat-trick apiece to live up to their tag as pre-tournament favorites.
South Africa also easily streamed roll over Mozambique with a 3 – 1 victory in a game Mohammed Shahabodien scored a brace.,
The two teams meet on Sunday in a game that will see the winner proceed to the knockout stage.
The game will kickoff at 1030hrs at the same venue 10h30 (Stade St Francois Xavier).
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