Broos outlines Bafana WCQ blueprint


Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos has outlined his side's passage to moving closer to qualifying for next year's World Cup in Qatar.

Broos' youthful side will next be tasked with a double-header against minnows Ethiopia as they aim to further cement their standing in Group G.

The Belgian led Bafana to a stunning 1-0 win over Ghana in a World Cup qualifier at FNB Stadium on Monday.

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South Africa now lead Group G with four points after two rounds of fixtures.

The former Cameroon national team coach confidently stated that he is aiming for maximum points against a 137th ranked Ethiopia side in their next two World Cup qualifiers on October 6 before a return clash four days later.

"We have now two games against Ethiopia, so I would like to win them both," Broos said after Monday's win.

"If we succeed in that, then we will be very close.

"Again, this game against Ghana today gave us enormous confidence in that we played against a very strong team and won.

"So for the next games, it will be important for us to win like it has been today."

Broos also hit out at the match officials after a dubious offside call ruled out a legitimate Percy Tau goal.

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"I think in such important games there has to be VAR," Broos added.

"The goal could have decided or not have decided the game. If the goal of Percy is a legitimate goal and imagine that the scores stayed 0-0, then we don't win."

After their double-header against Ethiopia Bafana Bafana will then host Zimbabwe on November 11 before travelling to Ghana on November 14.

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