WEF Horizontal

Mistakes cost Zebras in COSAFA

SHARE   |   Sunday, 31 May 2015   |   By Othusitse Tlhobogang
Zebras VS South Africa in the quaterfinlas Zebras VS South Africa in the quaterfinlas

The Zebras lost 1-2 to Mozambique on in the semi-finals of the COSAFA Cup, a defeat that denied the team their first ever final in the regional tournament.  

SEE ALSO:

They were to play Madagascar in the losers final. In an interview the Zebras Welfare Manager Sakaeyo Jannie said the team was let down by their own small mistakes. 

“We lost because of our own mistakes that we committed. Mozambique came to us very strongly in the first half but we managed to contain them and we came back from behind for an equaliser. It is only the defensive lapses that we had that resulted in both goals which cost us the game,” narrated Jannie.

SEE ALSO:

He said the team was focusing on the next game to redeem their pride. 

Zebras reached this stage after beating the hosts South Africa 7-6 on penalties in the quarterfinals. The two teams had failed to find the back of the net in regulation time finishing 0-0. 

SEE ALSO:

The game between Zebras and Madagascar is expected to bring up fire works with both teams trying to prove a point against each other. The two reached the semi-finals after defeating favourites South Africa and Ghana respectively. 



Related news