The Bafana KICK OFF Quiz answers

The Bafana KICK OFF Quiz answers

Posted: 30 March 2011 Time: 12:36 pm

So a great result for Bafana Bafana against Egypt, and also a return to top form for our regular KICK OFF Quiz champion.

Owen Mundalamo returns to the summit after some below-par showings in the last few weeks, but he was pushed all the way by Thabisa Tokwe, who has been leading the female revolution in recent weeks.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS 1. Shaun Bartlett made his full Bafana debut against Egypt in November 1995, but which other Cape Town-born striker also started for the first time in that game? Gerald Stober

2. Who made his first start in the 1996 Nations Cup in Bafana’s third game, against Egypt – John Moeti, Zane Moosa or Lucas Radebe? Lucas Radebe 3. Who scored after only four minutes the last time Bafana faced Egypt in official competition? Ahmed Hassan in Bafana’s 2-0 defeat to Egypt in the 1998 Nations Cup Final. 4. 45 Bafana caps and made his international debut against Egypt. Name this player. Mbulelo Mabizela

5. How many goals has Benni McCarthy scored against Egypt? 4 – a double in 1998 Mandela Challenge and one each 2003 and 2006 friendlies

6. Quinton Fortune scored his first Bafana Bafana international goal against which country? Paraguay

7. This country was ranked at 123 in Fifa's rankings and was the lowest-rated side to ever beat Bafana Bafana (ranked 36th) in 2004. Mauritius

8. Who scored both goals for Bafana Bafana when they defeated Cape Verde 2-1 in 2004? Mbulelo Mabizela

9. Which former Bafana coach said these words: “I've been a head coach for more than 10 years and I would not consider acting as an assistant to anyone - not even if he happened to be the best coach in the world.” – Philippe Troussier, Ted Dumitru or Jomo Sono? Jomo Sono

10. How many goals did Marks Maponyane score for Bafana Bafana? 2 goals

11. Lucas Radebe set a new Bafana caps record when he earned his _____ cap, against Paraguay in the 2002 World Cup. 67th

12. Sibusiso Zuma is given the Bafana Bafana captain’s armband ahead of the African Nations Cup in Egypt, while the former captain says he is quitting international football. Who is this player? Aaron Mokoena (2007)

13. How many SuperSport United players represented Bafana Bafana at the Concacaf Gold Cup in the United States? 7 - Daine Klate, Siboniso Gaxa, Phil Evans, Calvin Marlin, Lungisani Ndlela, Abram Raselemane and Ricardo Katza

14. Which Bafana Bafana coach had the best win ratio – 51%? Clive Barker

15. Which two former Bafana Bafana players struck endorsement deals with Appletiser and Valpre mineral water in 2001? Peter Matshitse and Sibusiso Mazibuko

16. Who is the highest scorer for Bafana Bafana in the Cosafa Cup matches? Pollen Ndlanya, Teko Modise and Katlego Mphelas

17. In 2005, which Bafana Bafana coach was voted by KICK OFF readers on the website to resign following a run of dismal form, which also resulted on Bafana missing out on the 2006 World Cup? Stuart Baxter

18. Who is the Zebras striker who scored against Bafana Bafana in 1999, then after that signed a three-month contract to play for Danish club Vejle? Dipsy Selolwane

19. Former South African coach Philippe Troussier’s record for Japan is played 41, won 20, drawn 12, lost 9; as Bafana coach he drew _____ and lost _____ matches. 4 draws and 2 losses

20. The draw with Paraguay in the 2002 World Cup was the second time Bafana have come back from a 2-0 deficit. In 1995 Bafana fought back from 2-0 down to beat _______ 3-2. Mozambique

TOP 10 1. Owen Mundalamo (17) 2. Tshamano Mathiva (16) Thabisa Tokwe (16) 4. Victor Nkanyani (15) Godfrey Makgoshing (15) 6. Olebogeng Lekalakala (14) Michael Phungo (14) Zwilithini Ngema (14) Norman Mulubi (14) 10. Mzwakhe Kubheka (13) OVERALL TABLE (minimum seven quizzes) John Ndeni 311/400 (77.8%) Owen Mundalamo 495.5/640 (77.4%) Francis Nkosi 219.5/300 (73.2%) Welile Chiliza 168/240 (70%) Mbongiseni Mthembu 134/200 (67%) Olebogeng Lekalakala 424.5/640 (66.3%) Zwilithini Ngema 296/460 (64.3%) Michael Phungo 343/540 (63.5%) Norman Mulubi 215/340 (63.2%) Thendo Mathavhane 113.5/180 (63.1%) Thabisa Tokwe 257/420 (61.2%) Molefe Boikutso 309.5/540 (57.3%) Bafana Mkhonza 134/240 (55.8%) Tshamano Mathiva 243/440 (55.2%) Martin Choshi 85/160 (53.1%) Sizwe Majavu 241/460 (52.4%) Tshepo Sebogodi 83/160 (51.9%) Mathews Sethunya 104/220 (47.3%) Ngadzi Muganyula 92.5/220 (42%)

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