Zebras pay the penalty

Zebras player Lebogang Ditsile and Samba Sow of Mali caught in action during the 2018 world Cup qualifier game. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG
Zebras player Lebogang Ditsile and Samba Sow of Mali caught in action during the 2018 world Cup qualifier game. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG

The Zebras will look back to a late, critical referee’s call in the first leg against Mali which saw their strong penalty appeals turned away, as the match defining moment after they bombed out of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers away to Mali on Tuesday night.

The team was dealt a further blow when they conceded a dubious penalty inside the opening 10 minutes in Bamako.

Coach Peter Butler bemoans the match defining moments after his charges went down 2-0 for an overall 3-2 aggregate loss.

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