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Nigeria will be tough - Ndulula

2014-09-08 11:01
Bongani Ndulula (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - AmaZulu striker Bongani Ndulula has called on Bafana Bafana to work much harder in order to get a result against Nigeria.

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According to the Goal website, the 24-year-old admits that scoring a goal in his debut against Sudan was the icing on the cake after Bafana Bafana managed to overcome Sudan 3-0 in Khartoum.

"I was very happy with having been handed the opportunity to start on my debut for Bafana, and what was more exciting was scoring on my first match," said "Drogba" as he is affectionately known.

The public and social media have been raving over the national side's convincing victory against Sudan but Ndulula knows that the qualifying games will only intensify especially against Nigeria as The Eagles look to come back from a shock 3-2 defeat against Congo.

“Against Nigeria, it's going to be tough, but at least we are playing at home. We want to continue from where we left off against Sudan.

"We need another three points.”

Player ratings: Sudan v Bafana Bafana

Shakes Mashaba’s side face Nigeria on Wednesday, September 10 at Cape Town Stadium.

Kick-off is at 20:00.

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