Catch up on our blow-by-blow coverage of the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup Group B clash between Lesotho and Mauritius at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia on Sunday!
Lesotho XI: Daniel Jousse, Basia Makepe, Mafa Moremoholo, Kopano Tseka, Hlompo Kalake, Mabuti Potloane, Kefoue Mahula, Jane Thaba-Ntso, Tsepo Seturumane, Jeremeka Kamela, Thumelo Khutlang.
Subs: Litheboho Mokhehle, Sepiriti Malefane, Phafa Tsosane, Sera Motebang, Motlomelo Mkwanazi, Montoeli Sonopo, Thabo Seakhoa
Mauritius XI: Kevin Jean-Louis, Louis Dorza, Damien Balisson, Francis Rasolofonirina, Jonathan Pierre Bru, Peter Bell, Kevin Chan-Yu-tin, Jean Sophie, Guiyano Chiffone, Louis Citorah, Emmanuel Vincent Jean.
Subs: Jean Permal, Jean Langue, Christopher L’enclume, Laval Rungassamy, Luther Rose, Kylian Yrnard, Aboobakar Augustin
FULL-TIME: An easy win for Lesotho as they lay down a marker in this competition!
76′ – Captain Jonathan Pierre Bru sends a Mauritian corner high and out.
58′ – L’Encume goes into the referee’s book for a foul.
53′ – Substitute L’Encume sees his effort go wide from a rare Mauritius attack.
HALF-TIME: Lesotho with a 2-0 advantage at the break at Independence Stadium. Mauritius having managed just one attempt on the Lesotho goal have a lot to do in the second period.
39′ – Kamela’s cross from the corner rebounds against the upright but Mauritius clear!
22′ – A long throw from the left by Makepe finds the head of Hlompo Kalke who heads over the bar for Lesotho.
18′ – A Lesotho build-up from the back ends up with an attempt on goal by Mabuti Potloane into the arms of the goalkeeper.
13′ – Foul on Mauritius foward Jean Sophie by Basia Makepe, who collects a yellow card.
9′ – Tumelo Khutlang latches onto a long pass from the back but can’t quite execute his final effort for Lesotho
7′ – Lesotho corner taken short but Kefoue Mahula drags his shot wide off target.
5′ – Lesotho continue to charge forward with Jereme Kamela but this time the goalkeeper is alert.
2′ – That is the fastest goal in the history of the COSAFA Castle Cup as Mauritius goalkeeper Jean-Louis was caught off his guard.
1′ – GOAL! An unbelievable start as Jane Thaba-Ntso gives Lesotho the lead after just 34 seconds with a looping header!
1′ – We are under way!
– Madagascar referee Hamada el Moussa Nampiandraza will take charge of the match with Salani Ncube of Zimbabwe as the first assistant and Matheus Kanyanga of Namibia the second assistant.
– The national anthems of both teams being played now while Namibia President Dr Hage Geingob is at the Independence Stadium to watch this encounter.
– Lesotho and Mauritius will get the Group B competition underway shortly after which Malawi will take on three-time champions Angola at 18h30.
– Both these teams will be eager to get their campaign off to a fast start with a victory and you can catch all the action from 14h00 GMT!