Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 08:20 am
South Africa national team Head Coach Molefi Ntseki stated the early damage to Lyle Foster and compelled substitution ‘messed up everything’ after the 2-1 loss to Zambia on Sunday.
Bafana led for 78 minutes solely for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations champions to rating two quickfire goals and ensure it was a candy return for former Orlando Pirates educate Milutin Sredojevic to South African shores.
Foster was once replaced after being bumped closely in the returned in an aerial duel in just the first minute of the game. And Ntseki stated Bafana ‘played like a team with no confidence’ in the first-half, however did note the second-half improvement.
“If you lose a player in the 2d minute of the game, it messes up everything. I think it was once a large setback to lose Lyle in the establishing of the sport and the layout used to be no longer to make substitutions as early as we did,” Ntseki informed Various sources.
“That did no longer give us the rhythm that we were searching for. We stored on giving the ball away.
In the first half, we played like a team with no self assurance and this is what in reality killed the momentum in the team. We gave away too many corner kicks early in the game.