Africa Motto emerged victorious with a resounding 4-0 win against Oshikuku Young Stars in a friendly match held at the Embadu Sports Stadium. The match was part of the preparations for the upcoming first-division league season in the Oshana region.

Both teams displayed great determination and showcased their skills, as players sought to impress their coaches and secure a spot in the team for the upcoming season. The first half of the match was evenly contested, with both teams defending well and missing scoring opportunities.

However, in the dying minutes of the first half, Africa Motto FC managed to break the deadlock and score their first goal, capitalizing on a well-passed ball. In the second half, Africa Motto continued to dominate, catching Oshikuku Young Stars off guard and launching a series of deadly attacks. This resulted in three more goals, sealing Africa Motto's comprehensive victory.

After the match, NBC Sport had the opportunity to speak with Africa Motto's Acting coach, Collin Mhlangu, to gain insight into the team's strategy and style of play.

Meanwhile, Oshikuku Young Stars' coach, Max Ismael, congratulated Africa Motto for their excellent performance and acknowledged the lessons learned from the match.

With the first-division league set to commence on the 25th and 26th of November, teams across the country are gearing up for an exciting season of football.



Wesley Vries