Milovan Rejevac Head Coach of the senior national team, the Black Stars has said they will approach their final decider for the 2022 World Cup game against South Africa with a different approach.
The Stars would play South Africa at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Sunday, in a match that would determine who advances to the next stage of the qualifiers.
Ghana would need a win to advance to the next stage, whilst a draw would be enough for South Africa.
“It’s a very simple calculation, we have to win with a two-goal difference. So we have to approach this seriously and we all have to do our best to make it happen,” he stated at a post-match conference.
“Definitely everything would be decided on Sunday. This is what we expected before so the last match would be like a final match, a deciding match to take us to the next round,” the coach said.
According to Coach Rajevac, the one all-draw game against Ethiopia was due to challenges with the defensive setup of the team.
He noted that these challenges must be fixed before Sunday.
“We had some problems in defence especially today. We made some mistakes so after all everything would be decided on Sunday so for us.
“It’s important to win our next match on Sunday with a two-goal difference if we want to qualify for the final round of the qualification for the World Cup,” he added.
Coach Rajevac admitted that the one all scoreline against Ethiopia had distracted the team, but added that they must get over it as soon as possible to focus on the important game on Sunday.