Namibia's senior national team continued preparations ahead of its two important World Cup qualifier matches against Liberia and Tunisia, respectively. 

The  Brave Warriors played to a one-all draw in a friendly match against Lesotho in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The coach, Collin Benjamin, heaped praise on his team for a brave showing despite sharing the spoils in a 1-all friendly. 

Benjamin also admitted that his goal poacher Peter Shalulile will be a big miss, who is being sidelined due to an ankle injury while on club duty.

Captaining the squad on the day in the absence of captain Peter Shalulile was South Africa-based Namibian defender Riaan Hanamub who also weighed in on the friendly match against Lesotho as well as the new additions to the squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifier matches.

A new addition to the squad, young forward Erastus Kulula scored for the Brave Warriors as he marked his debut game with a goal to his name.

The Brave Warriors will face Liberia on Wednesday and Tunisia on Sunday in the space of four days in the coming weekend.

The Blue Waters striker was over the moon about his debut goal.


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