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South Africa 0 (6) Botswana 0 (7)

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Catch our coverage of the second COSAFA Cup 2015 quarterfinal between hosts South Africa and Botswana at the Moruleng Stadium on Sunday.

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S Africa XI: Jackson Mabokgwane, Siyabonga Nhlapho, Kwanda Mngonyama, Clayton Daniels, Marc van Heerden, Carl Lark,

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Thamsanqa Sangweni, Thapelo Morena, Tlou Segolela, Gift Motupa, Phumelele Bhengu.

Botswana XI: Kabelo Dambe, Tapiwa Gadibolae, Mosha Gaolaolwe, Obuile Ncenga, Katlego Koobake, Oteng Legwaila, Ofentse Nato, Segolame Boy, Mpho Kgaswane, Omaatla Kebatho, Lemponye Tshireletso.

Referee: Wisdom Chewe (Zambia); 1st Asst: Arsenio Marengula (Mozambique), 2nd Asst: Petros Mbingo (Swaziland); 4th Official: Duncan Lengani (Malawi).

– Welcome to Moruleng Stadium for the second of the quarter-final matches as hosts South Africa prepare to play against Botswana.

– The stadium gradually filling up as Botswana seek their first ever win over Bafana Bafana.

FinalWhistle_LiveScore 1′ – We are under way in our second quarterfinal!

corner 2′ – Corner for South Africa is taken by Van Heerden, but is punched away by Dambe.

ShotWide_LiveScore 4′ – A speculative effort from Nato of Botswana goes straight to goalkeeper Mabokgwane.

ShotWide_LiveScore 6′ – Foul on Botwana rightback Gaolaolwe just inside the South African half.

corner 8′ – Corner South Africa get their second corner on the left flank through Segolela, but comes to nothing.

ShotWide_LiveScore 10′ – Nhlapo takes a dipping shot that forces the goalkeeeper to make a double fisted save.

ShotWide_LiveScore 12′ – Botswana come charging down the right flank with Kgaswane and his shot goes wide.

ShotWide_LiveScore 14′ – Segolela’s cross from the left beats the goalkeeper but not Ncena.

ShotWide_LiveScore 18′ – Daniels fouls the goalkeper Dambe in a mid-air tussle.

Injury_LiveScore 19′ – Play stopped as the Botswana goalkeeper receives medical attention.

ShotWide_LiveScore 21′ – Dambe is up on his feet and takes a long kick upfront.

ShotWide_LiveScore 23′ – Play is mostly centred in the middle as both teams still seem to size each other up.

ShotWide_LiveScore 25′ – Free-kick for Botswana as Kgaswane is brought down by Van Heerden.

Injury_LiveScore 27′ – South Africa goalkeeper Mabokgwane gets a knock from a collision with Kgaswane.

ShotWide_LiveScore 34′ – It’s turning out to be a scrappy affair with constant stops.

ShotWide_LiveScore 36′ – Both teams resort to the long ball with Kebatho shooting wide for Botswana from the right flank.

ShotWide_LiveScore 40′ – Bhengu misses South Africa’s first real chance of the evening failing to tap in a cross from the left.

ShotWide_LiveScore 42′ – Foul on Motupa by Tshireletso on the right side.

ShotWide_LiveScore 44′ – Foul on Lark by Bostwana skipper Nato 25 metres out. The free-kick is quickly taken but goes over.

ShotWide_LiveScore 45+1′ – Mabokgwane dives to his left to parry the ball out for a corner for Botswana.

Halftime_LiveScore HALFTIME – Not much to report from that half, no real clear-cut chances!

ShotWide_LiveScore 46′ – We are back under way in the second half!

ShotWide_LiveScore 47′ – Segolela’s attempt from the middle is blocked by the goalkeeper.

corner 48′ – Corner for South Africa on the right flank is headed wide by Sangweni.

corner 52′ – South Africa force their fifth corner through Morena, but Daniels just cannot connect with Van Heerden’s set-piece.

Injury_LiveScore 56′ – Play is stopped to allow Botswana defender Ncenga to receive attention after a collision of heads in the box.

corner 59′ – South Africa get their seventh corner and Van Heerden’s cross is cleared out of danger.

Sub_LiveScore 61′ – Botswana sub: Hendrick Moyo on for Kgaswane.

Sub_LiveScore 62′ – Botswana sub: Joel Mogorosi on for Tshireletso.

Sub_LiveScore 66′ – Botswana sub: Magogi Gabonamong on for Boy.

ShotWide_LiveScore 69′ – Bhengu shoots over the bar from the middle.

Sub_LiveScore 76′ – SA sub: Mduduzi Nyanda comes on for Bhengu.

YC_LiveScore 77′ – Yellow card for Gaolaolwe.

ShotWide_LiveScore 82′ – Lark heads wide from a Van Heerden free-kick for South Africa.

ShotWide_LiveScore 83′ – Botswana have piled men behind the ball and gone into defensive mode.

ShotWide_LiveScore 85′ – Van Heerden’s long throw is cleared by Mogorosi.

Sub_LiveScore 87′ – Mojeka Madisha comes on for Sangweni.

ShotWide_LiveScore 89′ – Goalkeeper Dambe punches out Lark’s header.

ShotWide_LiveScore 90′ – Botswana miss a chance to grab a late winner as Kebatho fails to connect with a low cross from the right.

ShotWide_LiveScore 90+1′ – There will be three minutes of additional time after which there will be penalties if no goal is scored.

ShotWide_LiveScore 90+2′ – Daniels clears from the line and saves South Africa as Botswana appeal for a penalty that is not given!

FinalWhistle_LiveScore FULLTIME: South Africa dominate, but Botswana might have had a penalty at the death. 0-0 and we go to penalties!

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Nato scores the first penalty for Botswana! 1-0.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SAVED! Lark sees his penalty saved by Dambe! 1-0 still and advantage Botswana!

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Kgaswane scores the second penalty for Botswana! 2-0.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Daniels scores for S Africa! 2-1.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Mogorosi scores for Botswana! 3-1.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Van Heerden scores for S Africa! 3-2.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SAVED! Moyo sees his poor penalty saved! 3-2 Botswana, SA can draw level!

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Motupa scores for S Africa! 3-3.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Dambe scores for Botswana! 4-3.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Morena scores for S Africa! 4-4.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Legwaila scores for Botswana! 5-4.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Segolela scores for S Africa! 5-5.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Koobake scores for Botswana! 6-5.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Madisha scores for S Africa! 6-6.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY SCORED! Gaolaolwe scores for Botswana! 7-6.

Goal_LiveScore PENALTY MISSED! Mngonyama hit the woodwork! Botswana win 7-6!

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