Tough game ahead for Bafana Bafana- analyst

Bafana Bafana is playing against Burkina Faso for their opening 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifier tomorrow.

SABC soccer analyst Christoph Bongo says the boys will not have it easy when they play against their fellow brothers from West Africa.

This game is about mentality and willingness to win it. It is all about attitude in the field.

Christoph Bongo, SABC soccer analyst

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Bafana Bafan's next qualifier in 2016 is against Senegal on 7 November at home.


This article first appeared on 702 : Tough game ahead for Bafana Bafana- analyst


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