Banyana Banyana will be meeting the Super Falcons in a Saturday final after giving them Les Aiglonnes in Cape Coast on Tuesday
There was a second half goal for South African leadership to have a 2-0 semi-final victory over Mali at the African Cup Cup; continue in Ghana on Tuesday.
The Houston Dash, Thembi Kgatlana and Lebogang Ramalepe, the heroines for Banyana Banyana at Cape Coast Park, established their final deadlines with Nigeria on Saturday Saturday.
The result also received a qualification Desiree Ellis qualification for the Women's Fifa World Cup 2019 in France.
South Africa coach Desiree Ellis made a change to the set set for a 1-1 draw with Zambia in their last group game, and # 39; Jermaine Seoposenwe returned to the XI for Busiswe Ndimeni.
Mali coach, Mohamed Saloum, Houssein, on the other hand, brought three new faces into the beginning of XI. Binta Diarra, Yakare Niakate and Djenaba Baradji gave the places to Lala Dicko, Aminata Doucoure and Agueissa Diarra for their final finest garden.
Captain Banyana Banyana, Janine Van Wyk, sent her The first attempt to complete a free kick for the third minute before Nothando Vilakazi was organized a bit over the next few months.
At 31 minutes, South Africa recorded the open visit by anyone else but a top score competition Anmbi Kgatlana, who gave her to five.
After Rafiloe Jane was being steerly directed to a small member, a US-based attack was remitted with a quick solution with Salimata Diarra and allowed a close and immediate gallery. go into the bottom corner on the left.
Mali's closest visitor attempt was on the first half in a stumbling block when Diarra was killed shortly, shortly after his death. Bassira Toure's ghost was evicted when a freight Kaylin Swart was sent.
Even less cuts were offered on both sides after a battlefield.
Linda Motlhaho's last twelve-minute test was 75 minutes out of his / her; the first test box; for Adkeou Konate.
Then there was no focus for South Africa when it was Ramalepe Awareness with a tunnel with a tunnel from outside the box.
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Mali was trying to give up a late fight but Banyana Banyana was kept well for a famous influence.
Les Aiglonnes will be meeting Cameroon, who lost 4-2 on penalties to Nigeria in her; first semi-final, in the third third place on Friday.
The winner will win the two-autumn co-competitive match with the finalists for the Fifa Women's 2019 World Cup.