Banyana pushed forward, though tended to over-elaborate in some promising positions. When their two goals came, though, the build-ups and finishes were played to perfection.
A long ball found winger Thembi Kgatlana, whose pace roaming from left to right wing troubled the Super Falcons all evening, on the right to cut in and feed the run past a defender into the area of Seoposenwe to beat keeper Tochukwu Oluehi.
The game had barely restarted when Seoposenwe’s delightful back-heel in attack in the middle found Linda Motlhalo to produce the through-pass for Magaia to beat offside and finish expertly past Oluehi.
A Nigerian corner in injury time was not cleared, allowing big centreback Onome Ebi to play the ball back in for Ajibade to beat Dlamini.