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Ethiopia end South Africa’s 2014 World Cup hopes with a 2-1 win
Ethiopia 2 – South Africa 1 (Africa World Cup Qualifier, June 16, 2013) South Africa opened the score thanks to Bernard Parker 33 minutes into the game. The lead was short lived as Getaneh Kebede, the Ethiopian Premier League top scorer, equalised ten minutes later. Bernard Parker’s day turned sour in the 70th minute when he scored an own goal to end Bafana Banafa’s World Cup dream.
- Updated: June 16, 2013