Banyana Banyana had gone toe-to-toe with the giants of Africa, Nigeria, for 84 minutes in their African Women’s Cup of Nations opener in Cape Coast, Ghana on Sunday.
Both teams had their chances to score, but it looked like they would have to be satisfied with a point each.
Enter Thembi Kgatlana... The hard-running striker was not giving up on the dream of beating defending champions Nigeria just yet.
Banyana had been victorious over the West African powerhouses just once before, and it would take something special to knock them over.
And what an unbelievable effort it was from Kgatlana, who came on as a 57th-minute substitute for Busisiwe Ndimeni.