Zimbabwe’s head coach Norman Mapeza has said the Warriors will be gunning to beat South Africa despite their already dead chances of qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The Zimbabweans will be visiting Johannesburg on Thursday with the hopes of upsetting Bafana’s Group G lead momentum with two games to go.
Mapeza’s side lost their dream to earn a ticket to Qatar after getting three defeats and a draw from four qualifying games.
Meanwhile, South African lead the Group after three wins and draw…
“We want to win the game. As a nation, we have a battered pride, so we need to restore our pride,” he told News Day.
“We will definitely go out there and try to get a positive result.
“We have to go out there with a positive mind and try to fight for the national badge, and get back home with a good result.
“I am happy with the players’ attitude. All the players are pushing, and I hope it will remain the same going forward.”
Meanwhile, Ghana will have the final say when the Black Stars host SA in West Africa this weekend.