The world world cup kicks off tonight with the host country France up against South Korea. Our girls are looking at flying the SA flag high by winning their first ever world cup match against Spain tomorrow in the French port city of Harvey.

Having failed to win in their past 10 matches since qualifying last November. After securing a world cup place, Banyana Banyana has lost six matches while scoring only six goals and have drawn four matches.

Desiree Ellis admitted a similar sluggish start against Spain - 36 places higher than South Africa in the world rankings - will spell disaster at the 25,000-capacity Stade Oceane.

"We have to concentrate from the kick-off, cut out loose defending and work harder for each other because many of our losses have come from conceding goals in the opening 30 minutes."

From all of us here at SAPN Sport, we would like to wish you all the best and we are behind you all the way and bring it home. 


By :Bradley Brizzy

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