Ghana Gets An Excellent Group Pairing For The 2022 AFCON Tournament
The 2022 AFCON draw has been finalized and so many African countries have been exposed to some dangerous teams, who may either give them a very tough competition or get them out of the tournament.
Comoros happens to be one African country that has participated in the tournament since its inception.
Their inclusion in next year's continental tournament makes it a great opportunity for them to show the whole of Africa, the kind of talent and piece of play they are made of.
Group C also has Sudan. Sudan is one country who have met Ghana in the AFCON qualifiers on two different occasions.
The results of the two encounters between Ghana and Sudan clearly shows Ghana has a high possibility of defeating the Sudanese national team.
Gabon is also one African country that might cause a little problem for the Black Stars.
Their star player Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been in great shape, since the AFCON qualifiers began.
This places the Gabonese team in a very good position to give Ghana's Black Stars a very competitive game in the upcoming tournament.
Looking at the current form of all three African teams competing with Ghana, there is a high possibility Ghana will have an easy breakthrough out of their group table.
Did you think there will be any competitor who will give Ghana some form of intense competition?
If yes, which country will it be?
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