Stubborn South Africa held Ghana to a 1-1 drawn game at the FNB stadium in an African cup of nations qualifiers on Thursday afternoon.
After sloppy first half from both sides, the second department of the game saw goals from the teams.
Mohammed Kudus saw his second-half goal cancelled by Percy Tau after the Brighton and Hove Albion attacker struck the ball through the legs of Nicholas Opoku.
Locally based players, Razak Abalora kept Ghana in the game in the first half with big saves, while Kwame Poku struggled from the left side of the attack.
Ishmael Abdul Ganiu didn’t put a foot wrong in the entire game as he made a big statement for all the locally-based players with a man of the match performance.
The results mean Ghana has qualified for next year’s tournament in Cameroon with a game to spare.
The team will host Sao Tome and Principe in the final qualifying game in Accra on Sunday.