World Cup U17
Result: Bantwana 1-4 Brazil
Date: 20 November 2018
Meeting point: Estadio Charrua
Bandua moved up from the FIFA U17 World Cup, after losing 4-1 to Brazil in the last team B that met on Tuesday.
The South Africans entered the clash on the back of a 6-0 hit in Japan's hands at the weekend.
The 15-minute opening proved silent for an open case, both goalkeepers were tried, while Chelsea Daniels seemed to threaten Bantwana in advance.
Bantwana began to see a little more than the ball as the first half continued, although the clear chances were hard to get through.
Five minutes before the break, South Africa picked up an opportunity when the cross Khunjulwa Mali found Karabo Dhlamini, who refused Maraya in the box,
However, Brazil came out shot in the second half and took the lead after 50 minutes thanks to a strike by Jheniffer.
South American won a penalty a minute later after a foul from Miche Minnies, who showed a straight red card. Julia returned and turned the sentence.
Bantwana managed to grab a goal in the 53rd minute as Zethembiso Vilakazi turned the corner to an empty net.
However, Brazil returned their advantage for two goals a minute later, with Amanda stating its name on the card to make it 3-1.
It was 4-1 in the time rating when Eduarda burn past past Kay-Dee Windvogel to crash Woes Bantwana with 30 minutes remaining.
Despite the turmoil of the 15-minute goal opening, both sides were still looking for more goals, although Windvogel in South Africa was more busy than the two goalie.
In the end, neither side could stretch another goal as the Bantwana finishes the World Cup campaign without victory.
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