Terrible News For Bafana As Ghana Supporters Drops Bombshell
Bafana have briefly dropped to second on the Group G standings following Ghana's 1-0 success over Zimbabwe.
Going into the match against Zimbabwe, Ghana were set second on the Group G log with six focuses, a point behind Bafana.
As things stand, the Black Stars are on nine focuses after four games while Bafana are on seven focuses from their initial three games.
Presently, with Bafana confronting Ethiopia at 18:00 at FNB Stadium, there is an additional strain for Hugo Broos' men to win.
SOURCE : https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/ghana-dethrone-bafana-bafana-from-group-g-log-with-win-over-zimbabwe/
Should Bafana beat Ethiopia once more, they'd recover their best position and sit on 10 focuses while Ghana would drop back to second.
Zimbabwe are absolute bottom with a solitary point subsequent to losing three games and getting an attract their initial four games.
The result means that Ghana have boosted their chances of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup under new coach Milovan Rajevac who famously lead them to the quarter-finals of the tournament in 2010.
Meanwhile, Zimbabwe’s chances of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup are now all but over.
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