With one match remaining in the group stages, Banyana Banyana lead Group A with six points, three more than Botswana, who are second, and Malawi who are third due to goal difference. Madagascar are bottom of the table with no points after two losses.
Madagascar lost 2-0 to Malawi on Friday. South Africa takes on Malawi on Monday to round off the group stages fixtures, while Botswana will face Madagascar, who are already eliminated from the tournament.
Here's how South African fans celebrated with Banyana Banyana at the final whistle against Botswana.
It’s all over. Banyana wins 1-0. They top their group with six points. pic.twitter.com/eWbaGtAm5M— Njabulo Ngidi (@NJABULON) September 14, 2018
Goal heroine! @jermaine109 celebrating the crucial last minute goal against Botswana that gave @Banyana_Banyana six points to lead Group A with one match remaining in the group stages of the 2018 COSAFA Women's Championship in Port Elizabeth @SAFA_net @COSAFAMEDIA @SasolLeague pic.twitter.com/reoJV4Waxv— Banyana_Banyana (@Banyana_Banyana) September 15, 2018