Bafana striker Tokelo Rantie tells Safa media that they need not to be motivated going into their Sunday’s all important game against Ethiopia
Bafana striker Tokelo Rantie says the players do not need to be reminded about the importance of winning their 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifier match against Ethiopia on Sunday.
Rantie who was substituted in Bafana’s 3-0 win over CAR last weekend, says a win what they will be gunning for in Addis Ababa, but he knows that it is not going to be easy.
“We don’t need anyone to remind us or push us to the limit with regards to the importance of this game (against Ethiopia). We know its massive significance,” said Rantie.
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The 22-year-old speedy striker believes that they need to score goals to unsettle the Walia Antelopes, and revealed that they have been working hard on that.
Rantie is however, certain that they Bafana will return home with all three important points that would see them top of the group A and a chance to make it into the final round of qualifying for the next edition of Fifa World Cup in Brazil.
“As strikers we need to score goals and we have been very hard at training working on that. They key to scoring goals is creating as many chances as possible and converting most of those chances.