first_imgBenni McCarthy has warned his Bafana Bafana team-mates not to underestimate any of the countries they were drawn against for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.South Africa head Group A following Wednesday evening’s draw in Durban, with Angola, Cape Verde and Morocco completing the grid.And while Bafana have never lost to any of those three teams since their re-admission to the international stage, former Blackburn and Porto striker McCarthy says he knows first-hand the threat those national-team members can pose.“Cape Verde has a huge immigrant base in Portugal and Holland and most of their players play in big clubs in these countries,” the Orlando Pirates ace told the club’s official webiste.“I played with a lot of great players from there while I was in Portugal and I can attest that they are very good.“As for Angola, fortunately we know them very well. I think Manucho (Goncalves) is having a good time in Spain with Valladolid, and they also have very good players who are doing well in Portugal.”last_img read more