In his second appearance  for Bafana Bafana, Davide Somma scored his first goal at international level as South Africa comfortably beat Kenya 2-0.

It took the Leeds United striker just over a minute to fire his side into the lead. Despite the comfortable victory, South Africa’s coach, Pitso Mosimane was left ruing missed chances;

“I’m happy about the score, but it could have been better. We need a bit of assuredness in front of goal. The goals are there, but we don’t convert. I think, if we had kept composure, we could have scored more goals. But, I’m happy with the younger ones that came in.”

Robert Snodgrass was another Leeds United player called up for international duty last night. The 22-year-old winger was brought on as a 57th minute substitute for Scotland to fulfil what he earlier described as a ‘boyhood dream’.

Snoddy instantly made his presence known for Scotland, passing the ball about well and providing a couple of good crosses for the Scottish strikers.

The Leeds United winger also had a couple of good shots, the first of which sailed over the bar whilst the second drifted just wide of the post.

Finally, Honduras’ ‘Most Valuable Player’ returned to international action in their 1-1 draw with Ecuador.

Nunez came on as a second half substation, playing 30 minutes in total.