Cameroon defender Kunde Malong has cautioned his team to be wary of a wounded Ghana team ahead of Saturday’s crucial showdown in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.
The Indomitable Lions recorded an emphatic 2-0 win over Guinea-Bissau in their opening Group F game on Tuesday.
The defending champions could seal qualification to the knockout stage should they beat the Black Stars on Saturday at the Ismailia Stadium.
Speaking ahead of the crucial encounter, Malong warned his teammates to approach the game with all seriousness since Kwasi Appiah’s side will be very defeat to beat having drew 2-2 against Benin on Tuesday.
”Well, actually, it was great to win the first game. You know, in a competition like this the first matches are always like the most important ones, so we picking up a victory was really great” Malong told reporters.
“Against Ghana, we are still going to go for a win because the more you win the more victories come.
”That is how you keep the chain of winning so, we are going to play against Ghana; they are tough opponents because they didn’t win their first game. They drew it, they are coming with all and we are also going with all, to try and see how we can win because we would like to win all our games and try to win the competition,”