Ghana’s Black Stars head coach Chris Hughton says the game against Central African Republic will be a difficult game after draw against Madagascar.
The Ghana gaffer sees the match to be a must win encounter in September as they must secure victory to seal qualification to the next Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Ivory Coast.
“Our strategy for the next match is to win. We are playing at home. We know we have to get the result and obviously, it’s a game we know the consequences if we don’t win. From here, we have a break,” he said after the game.
“The players will have to go back to their clubs and they will start preseason and we will be ready for the game in September. We have some players missing today so hopefully, those players will be available in September.
“We will be going into another difficult game against Central African Republic and we have to win,” he added.
Ghana still lead Group E with nine points