Kurt Okraku who is the president of the Ghana Football Association has slammed the claims made by the South African Football Association in the last few days regarding match-fixing scandals, he strongly denied in his association indulging in some dubious behaviour towards the 2022 FIFA world cup qualifier encounter between Ghana and Bafana as reported on www.kickoff.com.
Bafana lost by an odd goal that was from the penalty spot after Leicester City's Daniel Amartey faked a foul in the penalty box, it is the incident that is causing havoc between the Ghana and South African Football Associations.
The Ghana FA president in summary called Bafana a weaker team as compared to The black stars of Ghana meaning his side was the deserved winners of the encounter and South Africans are just sore losers in this regard.
The ongoing saga between the two nations has unearthed a new rivalry that is set to be there for quite some time, it remains to be seen if they will be a rematch or not as we all await the outcome from FIFA disciplinary committee on the 23rd, which is on Tuesday next week.
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