Sports news from Wednesday November 10, 2021
South Africa’s head coach Hugo Broos has shifted all pressure to Ghana ahead of the decisive game in the 2022 World Cup qualifying.
The Belgian coach believes Bafana Bafana can determine her own fate in Group G, which puts Ghana under more pressure than South Africa.
This is what Broos looks like ahead of the last two Group G games against Zimbabwe at home and against Ghana.
South, who leads the group with 10 points, one more than Ghana, will host the Warriors of Zimbabwe at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on Thursday.
Ghana will also play Ethiopia at the Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg on the same day.
South Africa will travel to Ghana to bring the Black Stars to the final round at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday.
“It is better that you are in our situation than in a situation in Ghana because the pressure is enormous when you are hunting,” Broos said during a media conference.
“If they don’t win against Ethiopia on Thursday it could be a disaster for them.
“So the pressure is on them. But that doesn’t mean our game against Zimbabwe will be easy because if we don’t win and they win, they’ll be at the top of the group. I really prefer the situation we are in.” now than in Ghana and I hope that we will keep it that way until the end. “