Striker Dikgang Ngcobo netted four on the day, with fellow striker Tshepo Chaine chipped in with two. Hashim Domingo, Morne Nel, Skhumbuzo Mazibuko and Siyanda Ngubo grabbed a goal each.
The score was 4-0 at the break.
“We should have reserved at least three for Sunday, but on a serous note it was a good thing to score so many goals to let the other team feel that they are not on the same level. I told my boys to go in there and show no mercy, let them know how it is like playing at this level. I think I am happy with the 10 goals, at least we are doing something right. Hopefully we will continue from here on Sunday when we face Cameroon,” said Amajita Head Coach Shakes Mashaba.
The South Africans are in Polokwane to prepare for the third round second leg of the 2015 African Youth Championships qualifier, which will take place on Sunday, 31 August at the old Peter Mokaba Stadium.
“First of all we would like to thank Young Stars for helping us with our preparations. Now we know where we need to rectify, what we need to work on. It is always good to have training sessions but such games give us a chance to implement what we do at training and we can see where things are not working. It was a good game, they have some good players and most importantly they play as a team. But we were on a different level and I can safely say at their level they will surprise many teams. The good thing is that they have given us some homework to do in our remaining training sessions,” added Mashaba.