The Belgian coach said Morocco has given them an idea of what to do when they resume the Afcon qualifiers with back-to-back matches against Liberia in September.
“We now know what to do in September. I was not disappointed with the performance. We fought and we played against a very strong Moroccan team. That was good and let’s hope we can do it in September twice with two victories,” Broos said.
If Bafana beat Liberia in both matches, SA will seal their qualification for the Afcon staged in Ivory Coast next year.
This after Zimbabwe were barred from participation in the qualifiers which left Group K with three teams, namely SA, Morocco and Liberia.
The top two finishers in the group will automatically qualify for the finals that will involve 24 nations in the West African country.
Liberia are going to play their home games in Morocco as they don’t have a stadium that meets the Confederation of African Football (Caf) standards.
SA have expressed their discontent over Liberia playing their home games in Morocco while they are in the same group.