Both sides to clash today in a 2018 Football World Cup eliminator.
Swaziland 30-year-old captain Tony Tsabedze scored twice in Casablanca against a team who reached the last-eight of this year’s AFCON in Equatorial Guinea. Before this historical victory, the Kingdom of Swaziland had not won in 20 other attempts in the Nations Cup since 1986. But now the situation has changed. Before Guinea game, Swaziland has defeated Tanzania and Lesotho as well as held Madagascar in the COSAFA Cup.
“We don’t have stars, we believe in team work, we are a very united team, who have been together for a long time and we fight for each other and fight for the nation.
“But we’re prepared as we have worked very hard and are now looking forward to the game”, Harris Bulunga, who leads Kingdom of Swaziland said.
(Siymimbali online reporter November 13, 2015)