Bafana Bafana

Ndulula: Job not done yet

2014-10-15 09:57
Bongani Ndulula (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bafana Bafana striker Bongani Ndulula reveals that the national side are completely focused on getting to the AFCON in Morocco 2015.

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Speaking to his club AmaZulu’s website, the striker admits that he was happy to score against Congo in Pointe Noire but knows that it is all team effort.

“I’m happy I managed to score a crucial goal for the team and it’s any player’s dream to score for the national team,” he said.

“My focus though is on helping the team, it is not about me as an individual - it’s all about us as a team.”

"Drogba" as he is affectionately known, confessed to a possible Congo backlash following the pressure they are under.

“This is a must win for us as we’d like to ensure we qualify for next year’s tournament and they (Congo) are under pressure we know, so it’s not going to be an easy one,” he said.

“We have not qualified yet and the coach (Shakes Mashaba) has made it clear that it’s a new ball game, so we need to be disciplined.”

South Africa will play Congo at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday, October 15 in Polokwane in the return AFCON qualifier. 

Kick-off is scheduled for 20:05.


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