The South African National U-20 Men's National team (Amajita) beat their Botswana counterparts 4-0 in the return leg of the two international friendly matches. The match was played as a curtain raiser to the Bafana/Mozambique international friendly that took place at Mbombela Stadium last night.
Amajita defeated Botswana by the same score line in Gaborone last Saturday.
Substitute Percy Tau scored two goals shortly after coming in to give the hosts a well deserved 2-0 half-time lead.
Menzi Masuku increased the score to 3-0 in the second half with inspirational Thabani Mthembu continuing with his impressive goalscoring record to make it 4-0 with 10 minutes left on the clock.
Amajita head coach, Solly Luvhengo said he was happy with the performance.
"The boys played well against a very organised Botswana. We didn't allow complacency to creep in given the results of the first leg in Botswana and I must admit that I am very pleased to see how focused the whole team was.
"It is always important to keep the focus as a team and maintain it going forward especially as a young team, this can only mean great things going forward. As I said after the first leg, I am satisfied with the goal average and would like to see the team carry this winning habit in matches against Nigeria."