South Africa under 17 women Coach Simphiwe Dludlu says the team that played and won the match 5-1 against Morocco is a totally different team to that one that played Botswana.
Bantwana are looking to qualifier for the 2018 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup scheduled for Uruguay later this year. After their game on Sunday at Dobsonville Stadium where they thrashed Morocco 5-1 Simphiwe Dludlu their head coach says she proud of Bantwana.
“we have to go back to the drawing board and look what we did not execute well, and go back as a team see what are the key areas that we have to improve on and where we can just relax a bit a say here we doing well,” Simphiwe said.
“Credit to the girls because they had a mission and their mission was to defend first once we had that right then we have the confidence to go forward and play as a team and create those chances,” she added.
South Africa last qualified for the tournament in 2010 in Trinidad and Tobago.
SA U17 Women’s National Team will play their next game against Morocco, Saturday, 17 February at Stade Boubker Lamer sale in Morocco,14h30 local time (16h30 SA Time)