Ntseki's methods already questioned while Black Stars fans thank Bafana Bafana
Ghana comfortably beat South Africa 2-0 at Cape Coast in an Africa Cup of Nations qualification fixture.
Mohammed Kudus and Thomas Partey were the scorers for the hosts, and Black Stars fans were grateful to South Africa for helping their nation inspire a higher sense of optimism in the future of their football.
After failing to impress in the 2019 Afcon, Ghana's spirits are now filled with a new hope as their senior and U23 teams impressed on Thursday.
Ghana U23 are through to the semi-finals of their Africa Cup where they can book a place in the Olympic Games if they win one more game. In this social media reaction, we share the positive vibes running through Ghana right now.
November was a wonderful month for South African sport and entertainment, particularly with the Springboks winning the Rugby World Cup. Many supporters have gone on Twitter to complain about normal service resuming with Bafana Bafana's disappointing display.
At least the fans still have their sense of humour with the numerous comedic ways they have in expressing their pain.
Bafana Bafana did it again congratulations boys. No wonder they didn't even bother to podcast the match live on SS pic.twitter.com/kCh0XALCkp
— Abut'Lebogang (@AbutLebogang) November 14, 2019
Bafana Bafana will never let South Africa be great. Things were going so well in November with the Springboks, Netball team, Chad Le Clos, Trevor Noah but Bafana had other plans. #GHARSA
— ☃️ (@ProdByJr) November 14, 2019
Wait. How can @DStv and @SuperSportTV broadcast European countries kodwa Bafana Bafana is playing? pic.twitter.com/QG4kFGEJL2
— SM (@CrenshawmafiaSM) November 14, 2019
Thank you Bafana Bafana for doing as always pic.twitter.com/dW27y0Wno7
— T E L E D I A M O N D