Molefi Ntseki is eyeing a complete victory over Sao Tome and Principe in South Africa’s second 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Monday.
Bafana Bafana beat the island nation 2-0 of their opening encounter on the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Friday.
Percy Tau broke the impasse with a fifty fifth minute penalty forward of a ninetieth minute strike from second-half substitute Bongani Zungu.
It was an injury-hit aspect that took to the sphere after a complete of seven gamers had withdrawn from the unique 26-man squad.
Regardless of a lower than impressed efficiency, the win retains South Africa inside three factors of AFCON Group C leaders Ghana, with six factors from three video games.
Ntseki’s costs misplaced their opening Group C match to Ghana 2-0 earlier than beating Sudan 1-0, and play the 2 sides once more in March 2021.
Sudan in third place within the group, have three factors as Sao Tome prop up the standings with zero factors.
Talking after Friday night time’s tie, Ntseki challenged his aspect to impress towards Sao Tome on the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
He informed reporters: “We had been scrappy in the beginning and we did not get our foot proper. At occasions you get annoyed if you’re on the pitch and issues do not come out the best way you like them to be, however the second half was higher.
“Giving respect to Sao Tome, they have nothing to lose, we’ve obtained the whole lot to lose if we do not get a constructive outcome [in Port Elizabeth on Monday].”
The Bafana boss added: “It’s our sport‚ being in SA. Even when we had been to play in Sao Tome it will be the identical. As a result of in each sport we’re absolutely conscious that we can not simply permit Ghana to run away with the group. We’re additionally a power to be reckoned with.”