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Sports Editor
(At Sunset Stadium)
In Lusaka, Zambia

LUSAKA – “I am happy with the Man of the Match award but winning the trophy will mean more to me.”
That was the view of courageous Eswatini National Under-20 captain Wenzile Lushaba, who scooped the Man of the Match award after his sterling defensive display in the opening 2-0 win over Mozambique’s Young Black Mambas here yesterday.

Lushaba said the past record of the country, which does not make for riveting reading, was a motivating influence to the Dominic Kunene-coached side.


“We know as a country we have not been doing well so we want to work extra hard because winning the tournament remains our ultimate goal,” he said.
Lushaba said they would take each game as it comes and not rest on their laurels after winning the opening match.

“It’s a tough group and Angola won 8-0 and that means we have to work extra hard,” he said. Eswatini face Seychelles here on Sunday at noon before taking on the sleek Angolans in the final match of Group C on Monday at Nkoloma Stadium.

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