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Qatar 2022: Black Stars gaffer Rajevac declares ‘War’ on South Africa in qualifier decider Featured

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Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has declared war on South Africa ahead of their 2022 World Cup qualifier on Sunday.

The Serbian tactician says they will go all out to snatch a win - for them to reach the playoffs for the tournament to be played in Qatar.

 

The Black Stars failed to win their match against Ethiopia as they were held to a 1-1 stalemate at the Orlando Stadium on Thursday afternoon.

 

Milo says they will go-all-out to open fire on the South Africans in the match to be played at the Cape Coast stadium for them to be able to secure qualification to the final round of the qualifiers.

 

"Everything will be decided on Sunday, so it is important that we win our next match with a two-goal difference if we want to qualify for the next round," Milo said.

 

"We have to concentrate on the following game and do what it takes to win that game."

 

South Africa has now opened a 3point lead sitting top of Group G of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers ahead of Sunday’s decisive game of the group in Cape Coast.

 

South Africa are in a good position of qualifying as they stun Zimbabwe by 1-0 on Thursday night, giving them an upper hand for Sunday’s group decider.

 

The results from Thursday's crucial duels in Group G, Bafana Bafana are on thirteen points, three above Ghana, who is tied on ten points.

 

South Africa’s goal difference is plus five, while the Black Stars are on three.

 

Ghana needs a vital win to advance while South Africa just needs a draw to qualify for the tournament which will be held next year in Qatar.

 

By: Pascal Nii Gogo Amoah

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