The Black Stars travel to Johannesburg top of Group G of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers after South Africa were held on the road by Zimbabwe.
Hugo Broos, who is a former coach of Cameroon and was in charge of the team when they beat Ghana enroute to winning the 2017 Cup of Nations, hopes his players give their best against the Black Stars on Monday.
“I have seen several videos of Ghana and it will be a tough game, but we have possibilities on our side to get them and if we can get them, we will put them in problems. We do not have to be afraid and, certainly, we are confident in starting tomorrow’s game,” Broos said in a pre-match presser.
“It will be tough, but we will see how it will end.
“Every game is different, you can not look at the past because if you do that, you are lost from the beginning. Past games are finished, tomorrow will be a new game and even if Ghana is a strong team, we will have our chances. It will be up to us to take the chances that we will get.
“We will try to win and after the game, I will see whether I am satisfied or not. The opponent is much stronger than we are and I will be satisfied with the performance of the team, but I will not be satisfied with a team that does not fight,” he said in pre-match interview.
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