Ghana will face Guinea this Thursday at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium in the first round of the UFOA 2017 Nations Cup (kick-off at 18:00 local time).
A hard-working winner of the Gambia in the first round of the sub-regional competition, the host country will have to be much more realistic in front of the opponents against Syli if it wants to fill up with confidence before crossing the route of Mali and Nigeria .
Ultra dominating against the Gambians, the Black Stars harvested their numerous occasions before finally making the difference on penalty at the end of the additional time thanks to Vincent Adaeh Antigah.
And this is a scenario that the Ghanaians will certainly want to avoid before a Guinean team that showed force of character against Guinea-Bissau when it entered the tournament.
Led by Hamidou Camara in the quarter-hour play, they managed to equalize through Sekou Keita before taking a definite advantage thanks to Abdoulaye Camara before the break.
“We deserve the victory. We are now moving forward and we are going to take the matches one by one in order to achieve our best performance, “said a rather sympathetic Syli coach. ”
This match promises to be a good test for the host country, which will not want to disappoint its many fans and would like to strike a blow after its mixed performance of the first round