The victorious Bafana Bafana coach believes his side should have put Central African Republic to the sword on Saturday and wanted them to score more goals
The win secured moved South Africa to eight points in their 2014 World Cup qualification group, two points behind Ethiopia - their next opponent.
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“I was a little disappointed because we sat back," Igesund said following the match.
“The second half was a little bit of a scary performance from the players. We were scared to lose the game.
"We were 2-0 up and we should have kept possession, played the ball and kept going.We could have scored four or five more.”
However, Igesund was pleased with the performance which saw his side capture a vital three points away from home - perfect preparation for their clash against group leaders Ethiopia in a week's time.
“I thought our game plan was very good. We made sure we took the game to this team from the beginning. I went with a very, very offensive team today you know and I thought it would work for us. It did work for us,” he concluded.