PARIS – Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis said she was proud of her players, despite losing 1-0 to China in their second Group B match in the Women's World Cup at the Parc de Princes, Paris, on Thursday night.
Germany are top the group with six points after two victories, followed by Spain and China on three points each while South Africa are at the foot of the table with no points.
South Africa will face the Germans in Montpellier on Monday and that will be an even more difficult assignment, given the quality of their opponents.
The next assignment is against Germany on Monday 17 June in Montpellier at 18h00. Let's good this @Banyana_Banyana @SAFA_net @BafanaBafana #DareToShine #fifawwc #BanyanaBanyana #LeMomentDeBriller #RSA pic.twitter.com/7jrrnjtAEz— Banyana_Banyana (@Banyana_Banyana) June 13, 2019