His second half at Isaac Wolfson Stadium on Thursday gave Bafana Bafana a 1-0 victory over 10-man Isotini.
Learning United forward Sabyoni hit home in the 59th minute to help Bafana regain the maximum points and remove Salhango from the top of Group A.
Just as Kagisu Malinga rose from the bench to take a 1-0 victory over Botswana, it was the second substitute to make a difference for Bafana, whose defense still violates the competition.
The South African leadership, led by Morena Ramoreboli, once again stood for the isolated Hellman McHale.
In the second consecutive game, Bafana was depressed and only four players were on the bench, but this time he took advantage of Iswatini’s numerical loss after a red card to captain Felix Buddin Horst just before half time.
Ramoroli made a change to the team that beat Botswana 1-0 on Tuesday, replacing Kagiso Malanga to replace Sekhkhoon United’s Sibioni.
Esvatini had the most notable players in the TS Galaxy duo of Captain Baden Harst and Justice Figueroa.
In an afternoon of strong winds that affected the movement of the ball due to the weather conditions, both teams struggled especially in the first half of the dirt where very few opportunities arose.
No two goalkeepers in the first half, Willie Matthews, Bafana Captain, and Nassimus Dlamini, were ever called in to save.
Hua saw that the order was at noon when the wanderer passed, and just three minutes before half-time, the realistic opportunity came when Buden Hurst went over the edge of the free kick box just above the bar.
At the stop page of the first half, Iswatini was reduced to 10 men when he kicked Spielle Mikholes, the second offense.
The first realistic opportunity of the match came at three minutes into the second half when Figuardo failed to face only Motua, who excelled in thwarting the threat in one-on-one situations.
Four minutes later, Iswatini came close again when the field was wide open from the corner kick.
As Sehlangu’s upper hand appeared to be, Monapole Saling put Sebiniyoni to the ground, beating Dlamini on the pitch with just five minutes to record his first international goal in two Bafana caps.
It only took Slotini 17 minutes to actually try and retreat when Sabello and Zanisa ousted the Thabani drowning but his shot was met by a warning.
South Africa doubled their lead with four minutes left, but Malanga took a short time to contact Mikholes Fed, which helped Dlamini come closer and thwart the threat.
Seconds later, Bafana thought he had won a penalty when Sahalangu Makhnazi showed up inside the box but the referee turned the game around.
Esvatini then had his best chance of the match, but Fuencocci was removed from the goal line by Motua and lost his head on a pointless range.
He saw Bafana terrified and recorded another victory before his next match against Lesotho on Tuesday.
Earlier, in another match at the same venue, defending champions Zambia were stunned by Lesotho.
Lesotho’s crocodiles outscored Blimphontain Celtic in the last 20 minutes, leaving behind a thick bang curve, which disallowed Justin Shonga’s opener for the chaperone.
Shonga, Amazo’s Augustine Malinga, veteran goalkeeper Kennedy Mayne, Superport United striker Gamfani Lango, TP Mazambi’s Kabsu Chongo and Selloni Ferry were among those who took the field with almost full force. It was about how Zambia lost.
It was his first game of the tournament and he anchored Group A before his next match against Iswatini on Saturday.