EXTRA TIME: How South African fans reacted to World Cup qualification failure

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Needing nothing short of victory to keep their hopes alive, South Africa were punished for two errors as the West Africans booked a ticket to Russia

First, Clayton Daniels hesitated to tackle in the 12th minute allowing Sakho to score past the outdrawn Khune and with the home side pushing forward; Thamsanqa Mkhize put the ball into his own net to seal a disappointing day for the home side.

It was not until the 10th minute when Khune came off his line to punch clear a corner kick that the frenzied crowd went wild.

Diafra Sakho then got the opening goal when Daniels instead of going for a tackle hesitated and Sakho got a delicate pass which he slotted past the drawn out Khune to silence the capacity crowd on the 12th minute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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