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Zambia 0-1 South Africa: Linda Motlhalo sends Bafana Bafana to WAFCON 2022 final (Video)

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Banyana of South Africa have equalified for the final of the WAFCON 2022 tournament in the wake of getting a sensational 1-0 success against the Copper Queens of Zambia in Monday’s semi-last.

With the game heading for extra-time following six minutes of added time, the South Africans were granted a penalty for a foul on a Banyana player after lengthy meeting with VAR.

And Linda Motlhalo changed over the spot kick to send the South Africans to their fifth WAFCON in final debut.

It is presently consecutive final debut for Banyana, who lost 4-3 to the Super Falcons of Nigeria at the 2018 edition.

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Erling Haaland tips one Africa team to do ‘really well’ at the World Cup

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Erling Haaland has upheld Senegal to do ‘all around well’ at the World Cup, certain that they are the best African team at the competition.

The Manchester City talisman, who has partaken in a explosive start to his career at the Etihad with 22 goals from 17 appearances up until this point, won’t venture out to Qatar as Norway neglected to qualify.

Speaking ahead of the World Cup this month, Haaland has tipped Senegal to go deep in the tournament, following their Africa Cup of Nations triumph in February against Egypt in the final.

When asked by SuperSportTV which African team was the best at the tournament, Haaland said: “I think Senegal will do really well.

“They are a strong team and they have so many strong players. So I think Senegal will do the best out of those.”

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Senegal head to Qatar with a star-studded squad including the likes of Bayern Munich winger Sadio Mane, Everton midfield anchor Idrissa Gana Gueye and Chelsea duo Kalidou Koulibaly and Edouard Mendy.

Mane scored his country’s decisive penalty against Egypt in the shootout to hand Senegal their first ever AFCON trophy in February.

The African nation, who have been drawn in a seemingly kind group alongside Holland, Ecuador and hosts Qatar, could face England in the last 16 — Gareth Southgate’s side would need to top of Group B while Senegal finished second in Group A or vice versa.

Haaland is fighting for fitness ahead of Manchester City’s clash against Fulham on Saturday, having missed the last two matches through injury.

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WAFCON 2022 Final: South Africa vs Morocco LIVE STREAM!

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WAFCON 2022 Final: South Africa vs Morocco LIVE STREAM!

Banyana Banyana continue with their bid for a first Women’s Africa Cup of Nations title when they clash against Morocco in Saturday’s final at Prince Moulay Abdallah Stadium.

Having lost in the final on six previous occasions, Banyana are looking to finally getting it right this time around.

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WAFCON 2022: Zambia 1-0 Nigeria Highlights

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WAFCON 2022: Zambia vs Nigeria Third Place Play-Off LIVE STREAM

The Nigeria national women’s team lost 1-0 to their Zambian counterparts Friday night in the match for the bronze medal at the ongoing Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.

Having failed to make it to the final, the Super Falcons and Shepolopolo needed the bronze medal match as some form of consolation.

However, even though it was the Nigerian ladies that dominated play at the Complexe Mohamed V in Casablanca, a fortuitous strike just before the half-hour mark by Evarine Katongo was helped into the net by Chiamaka Nnadozie.

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