The Zambian mentor who guided his side to an emphatic 3-1 victory against Southern African neighbours in September last year, has given Bafana a morale boost ahead of a must-win clash against Senegal tonight.
“I believe Bafana Bafana can do well against Senegal. I have watched the South African since the beginning of the tournament and they have done well,” he told KickOff.com after coming off the bench in their match against Egypt.
“It was a pity that they lost against Tunisia after committing a couple of mistakes. Senegal is looking a bit disorganised at the moment and they should be demoralised following the surprise defeat at the hands of Angola last Sunday,” he added.