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Banyana Banyana hammered Mozambique in an international friendly on Sunday

Posted: 10 June 2013 Time: 07:49

South Africa's national women's team, Banyana Banyana, hammered Mozambique 5-0 in an international friendly played at Kanyamazane Stadium on Sunday.

The game got off to a slow start but the experience in the Banyana team began to show as the match progressed. The hosts then took firm control of the match as they gained momentum to rattle a shaky Mozambican defence.

Silindile Ngubane broke the deadlock with a 37th minute goal and from then it was one-way traffic as Joseph Mkhonza’s charges turned on the heat in emphatic fashion.

The South Africans were all over the visitors after the opener and it was a question of time before a glut of goals opened up. The hosts finished the first-half leading 1-0.

The South African ladies picked up from where they left off and just three minutes into the second half the visitors appear to crumble under pressure with Celia Uate putting the ball in her own net for Banyana’s second goal.

Former captain Amanda Dlamini controlled the game with great aplomb. It was Dlamini’s great run down the right flank that resulted in Ngubane slotting in the third goal of the match.

Dlamini was once again instrumental in the team’s fourth goal. This time Nocawe Sikiti latched on to a well-timed Dlamini pass to chip the ball into the net.

Then Dlamini capped her inspiring performance with a goal of her own to seal a memorable victory for the hosts.

The former Banyana captain picked up the Diski Queen of the game for her instrumental role in the victory.


Previous comments on this story...

posted: 07:59 am
wow wel done
Sir eeemzaa-walikhosi
posted: 08:07 am
Banyana BaChiefs 5-0 Zim Bucs-Divas

K4L : let's hear
posted: 08:08 am
Hayi kodwa women futbol is amatuerish though, dat game was unwatchable, twas lyk wtchn u9s, too many schoolboy mistakes. Here in africa we stl far behind from the japans, the usa's of dis wrld in terms of women futbol
posted: 08:15 am
Amanda Dlamini will you marry me ?
posted: 08:15 am
Well done Banyana. Though our finishing was poor, we managed 5 goals. That is a confidence booster going forward. The real test will be Zimbabwe next. Sinaba in daveyton, i will be there to support. Amanda Dlamini played very well.
Sir eeemzaa-walikhosi
posted: 08:18 am
What Khoza wants, Khoza gets. Iron Joke my sign Amanda Dlamini she can do better than all Pierats strikers combined. All Pierats strikers rely on dubious Penalties

K4L : let's hear
posted: 08:20 am
It took dick off 17 hours to report this game. Whilst it takes them 5seconds to report about KC.

Please dick off put the national matters first.
posted: 08:22 am

Haha ha ha ha stay away from my wife. She is all mine Haha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!
Queen 2the Chiefs
posted: 08:31 am
Well done ladies,SA teams did well this weekend,Proteas we looking for more of the same today please (KO please report on time)

South African through and through
Sir eeemzaa-walikhosi
posted: 08:38 am
keyboardposted: 08:20 am  |  Report
It took dick off 17 hours to report this game. Whilst it takes them 5seconds to report about KC.

Please dick off put the national matters first.

Chiefs is a big team boss

K4L : let's hear
posted: 08:59 am
Things are finally looking good for RSA national teams
El Sol
posted: 09:21 am
BafanaX2 ,BanyanaX2, Springboks, Bokke U19 & Sebastian Vettel ya'll made my weekend..thank you..

Looking forward to next weekend..#Mzansi
khosification Throughout
posted: 10:19 am
Nxa they always fail where it matters most.
posted: 11:17 am
@fend.... Africa is stil a developing continent. We may have good infrastructure bt we r stil below in terms of alot of things. It is so boring of u people to always try to compare South African sports to dat of well developed countries nd continents. Maybe u should jst fotsek to yo Japanes nd U.s.a's becoz they hv what u desire
Murenzu Wa Lekhosi
posted: 11:18 am
Only reporting about it now???
posted: 03:19 pm
@poly, one shud knw the diff btwn constructive criticism, n critisizing 4 de sake of it, S.A sport hv bin thr for ages, bt stl we fail wen its matters, dez countries in africa hu dnt the infrastructures lyk we do bt interms of playin success r beyond us, i name usa n japan, bcos of the structures, the prob is not the players per-say in all honestly, its our structures, n the ppl runnin em, e.i rugby n cricket has enjoyed success bcos of having gud developement strategies, constructive plannin, n implementation of doz plans bro
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