Swaziland no match for Bafana

2015-03-26 08:48

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Thabo Mnyamane scored on debut as Bafana Bafana eased past Swaziland 3-1 in an international friendly in Mbabane last night.

Mnyamane added to Thulani Hlatshwayo’s opener after half-time, before Mandla Masango added the third and final nail in the coffin as South Africa cruised past their hosts in what was their first game since their failed 2015 Africa Cup of Nations campaign in January.

Despite Felix Badenhorst pulling a goal back for the home side, Mnyamane capitalised on a fine pass from Ajax Amsterdam star Thulani Serero, netting his first national goal to cap a hugely successful domestic season with the University of Pretoria.

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