Young Warriors coach, Tonderai Ndiraya, has decided to abandon the conservative approach he adopted against South Africa and take the game to the opponent in tomorrow’s match against Mozambique in the COSAFA Championships in Port Elizabeth.
Ndiraya believes the Young Warriors provided themselves with a cushion when they took a point from South Africa, albeit from a winning position on Thursday afternoon. He said:
We were a bit cautious, a bit conservative but we will change our plan on Sunday and take the game to Mozambique.
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Mozambique are on top now, with three points, so that means we have to beat them.
… we will go all out in attack, in search of a win and, hopefully, we can get that win on Sunday.
The Young Warriors scored twice with Panashe Mutimbanyoka and Lexington Mujokoro on target but South Africa’s Amajita responded twice to snatch a point.
In Friday’s results, defending champions Zambia beat Namibia 1-0 in Group B opening match while Malawi edged Comoros 1-0 in another group B encounter.