Tuesday Apr 03, 2018. 14:00
Botswana under-20 assistant coach Michael Mogaladi is confident that his charges will beat their Namibian counterparts in the second-leg clash.
The two teams played to a goalless stalemate draw in the 2019 CAF Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) first round first-leg match at the National Stadium in Gaborone over the weekend.
The Botswana Football Association (BFA) released the following statement:
"National Under 20 (Young Zebras) played to a goalless draw this afternoon against their Namibian counterparts."
"Assistant Mike Mogaladi praised his defence for being sound and stable and has higlited that it was key they be a good back bone for the team. Mogaladi says they have seen the mindset of Namibia and should be going to windhoek to complete the tie."
"Young Zebras forwards were described as having frozen in front of goal today and by the assistant coach who was optimistic that the situation Will be changed with more work to be done to qualify for the next round."
""Our boys will complete this job we will go finish them off in their background," lamented Mogaladi. The Young Zebras will play a return leg in windhoek in a fort night time," a statement read.