South Africa vs Uganda Friendly International LIVE Football Score 10/06/2021
South Africa is going head to head with Uganda starting on 10 Jun 2021 at 16:00 UTC . The match is a part of the Int. Friendly Games.
South Africa played against Uganda in 1 matches this season.
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South Africa were denied a place in next year’s Africa Cup of Nations following a 2-0 loss to Sudan on March 28.
First-half goals from Saifeldin Maki and Mohamed Abdelrahman condemned Hugo Broos’s men to a costly defeat in their final Group C fixture.
The Bafana Bafana now prepare to host a Uganda side who they overcame when the teams last met two years ago in the COSAFA Cup.
Thursday’s hosts have only lost one friendly on home turf since June 2017, but that loss came in their most recent one against Zambia.
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Emmanuel Okwi is the new Uganda Cranes captain. FUFA
The rebuilding has been inevitable – And with no confirmed head coach around, and World Cup qualifiers in the corner, Uganda face a huge mountain to climb.
The Cranes team in South Africa is devoid of experience, comprising of 15 UPL players, five of whom where part of the Uganda Hippos squad that reached the final of AFCON U20 championship earlier this year.