Zebras through to COSAFA quarterfinals

Zebras midfielder, Mothusi Cooper (in white) battling for the ball with an Angolan player PIC: COSAFA
Zebras midfielder, Mothusi Cooper (in white) battling for the ball with an Angolan player PIC: COSAFA

Goitseone Phoko’s second half strike was enough to hand the Zebras a vital 1-0 victory against Angola in the Hollywood Bets COSAFA championship yesterday.

The win took the Zebras to the quarterfinal stage after finishing top of their group with nine points from three games.

The youthful side under the tutelage of interim coach, Mogomotsi ‘Teenage’ Mpote needed a win in the last match against Angola to progress to the next stage.

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