Namibia were crowned COSAFA Cup 2015 champions when they registered a deserved 2-0 win over Mozambique in the final of the regional championship at the Moruleng Stadium in South Africa on Saturday. Pacey winger Deon Hotto proved the hero with both goals as Namibia claimed a first ever Southern African title. And they did it
Zambia and Malawi set up a final date in Friday’s COSAFA Cup 2015 Plate Final when they both claimed victory in their Last 4 clashes at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace on Wednesday. Zambia breezed past west African guest nation Ghana 3-0 in the first game of the day, before Malawi overcame hosts South Africa
The shocks continued in the COSAFA Cup 2015 quarterfinals as Ghana were ousted by Madagascar in Monday’s first match at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace. Following on from exits for defending champions Zambia and hosts South Africa on Sunday, it was another major surprise at the tournament, where Mozambique earned their Last 4 spot with
Namibia and Botswana won through to the semifinals of the COSAFA Cup 2015 on a day of upsets at the Moruleng Stadium on Sunday. Namibia ousted defending champions Zambia in a penalty shoot-out, while Botswana disposed of hosts South Africa in the same manner. There were no goals over the two games but plenty of
Madagascar squeezed into the quarterfinals of the COSAFA Cup 2015 by the slenderest of margins after they played to a 1-1 draw with Swaziland at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Friday. The two sides finished level on seven points at the top of the Group B standings, but Madagascar advance having scored one more goal
Namibia stormed into the quarterfinals of the COSAFA Cup 2015 with a thumping 4-1 victory over Zimbabwe in their final Group A game at the Moruleng Stadium on Thursday. The victory lifts Namibia to the top of the table at the expense of Zimbabwe, who have to settle for second and an early trip home.
Madagascar and Swaziland will be involved in a showdown for top spot in Group B at the COSAFA Cup 2015 after both sides made it two wins from two in the latest round of action on Wednesday. The pair clash at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace on Friday in a winner-takes-all dual, though a draw
Zimbabwe moved to the top of their COSAFA Cup Group A after a 2-0 victory over Mauritius in their tournament opener at the Moruleng Stadium on Sunday. The Zimbabweans, who are among the pre-tournament favourites, coasted home in the end and would have won y a much larger margin were it not for the brilliance