November 16 2022 at 09:45

Mbombela Stadium will come to light again this Sunday afternoon as South Africa’s national soccer team will face their counterparts from Angola in what is set to become a grueling duel on Sunday. Fans will once again be treated to an SADC duel when South Africa face Mozambique in a friendly game which is expected to produce fireworks , if the recent encounters between the two countries be anything to go by. South Africa has a good record against Angola but will be seeking revenge, having lost the last two matches. The teams have met 19 times with South Africa winning 10, losing 3 and sharing points 9 times.
South Africa will be looking to increase their tally this weekend as the teams will be meeting for the 20th time since 1996. Fresh from their 2-0 win over Mozambique on Thursday, which has bolstered the hopes and reignited passion for the national team. The MEC for Culture, Sport and Recreation Ms Thandi Shongwe congratulated Bafana Bafana and invited fans to support the team once again on Sunday. 
“We are delighted that Bafana Bafana has once again united us as a nation and that this happens right here in Mbombela, more especially since this happens at the footsteps of a historic win by the Springboks. This puts Mbombela Stadium among strategic venues for our different sporting codes, where the people always welcome and rally behind national teams, creating a conducive atmosphere for world class performance. We call on all supporters of the beautiful game in general and Bafana Bafana in particular, to come in their numbers on Sunday to once again show their force of support as the 12th man on the pitch for the national team this Sunday”
The game is scheduled to take place on Sunday, kick off is at 15h00