PRETORIA – United Kingdom based stars Brendan Galloway and David Moyo are still confident that the Warriors can turn things around and beat Bafana Bafana in their own backyard in Thursday night World Cup qualifier.
Bafana Bafana lead Group G with 10 points, nine points ahead of the Warriors who anchor the group log standings but Galloway and returning Moyo still believe there is renewed vigour in the camp to catapult them to victory.
“We are going out tonight with a conviction to win. I know it’s going to be tough because South Africa also needs a win but we are hard pressed for a win,” Galloway said.
“We value this game so much because national pride is at stake. Also it’s part of our preparations for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations.
“I have had so much support back home, from my family and the fans. My club Plymouth Argyle has also been very supportive with my team mates being much interested about Zimbabwe.”
“Every game is a new game and we get in there with the optimism and mindset to win. We need to restore our pride as the Warriors,” Moyo said.
“We are getting to understand each other better as the players and also getting to understand the coach’s philosophy.
“The coach pays so much attention to detail which makes us better as a team. I’m very confident that we will get it right, we just need to continue believing,” he added.
Kick Off 9pm (CAT).