Butler hails professional perfomance


Zebras coach, Peter Butler hailed his charges’ professional performance after they recorded a vital 2-0 away victory over Eritrea in a preliminary World Cup qualifier in Asmara on Saturday.

A first half goal from Galabgwe Moyana and a second from Joel Mogorosi was enough to give the Zebras the critical cushion needed ahead of tomorrow night’s reverse fixture.

“The lads put in a very professional, disciplined performance in very difficult circumstances. It was a packed crowd and an emotionally charged atmosphere as it was Eritrea’s first game after a long time,” Butler told Monitor Sport after the game.

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