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South Africa midfielder with a truly sensational goal from inside his own half

Hlompho Kekana found the back of the net from 65 yards but Bafana Bafana remain without an AFCON qualification win after drawing 2-2 in Cameroon.

Kekana lines up the strike.
Kekana lines up the strike.
Image: YouTube

SOUTH AFRICA MIDFIEDLER Hlompho Kekana scored a remarkable goal from inside his own half before Cameroon battled back to earn a 2-2 draw in Limbe and further damage their visitors’ Africa Cup of Nations qualifying hopes.

Shakes Mashaba’s side headed to Limbe without a win in their opening two Group M matches and an opener from Tokelo Rantie was cancelled out by Cameroon forward Sebastien Siani on the stroke of half-time.

But Mamelodi Sundowns player Kekana then took centre stage with a sensational 49th-minute strike that is set to define his career.

Source: SH SIFO/YouTube

Nicolas Nkoulou nodded home to earn a point for new boss Hugo Broos in his first match, meaning Cameroon are a point ahead of Mauritania and five better off than South Africa ahead of Tuesday’s return in Durban.

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