Observant Milovan Rajevic explains the reason why the Black Stars humbled Zimbabwe at Cape Coast.
The first game between returnee Serbian gaffer Milovan Rajevac and the Ghana team showed a lot of promise with a mix of experienced players and a blend of youth.
The players were composed and their zeal for the game was unmatched, as goals from Kudus, Partey, and Andre Ayew ensured the Black Stars gave South Africa a close chase.They were very compact and disciplined even after Zimbabwe scored.
“We faced some slight difficulties in the second half of the match because it was quite difficult to defend certain balls.
Ghana was much focused on scoring more goals after the Warriors levelled up via spot kick making the team to lose control over the game
“That’s why I introduced Iddrisu Baba to strengthen the defense,” said Rajevac in post-match conference.
Ghana are now second on the Group G log with six points after three matches, just one point behind leaders Hugo Broos, South Africa.
Story by:Opoku Asare Obed