TIE GHANA

Asamoah Gyan also goes for a new haircut ahead of Ghana-Cameroon clash

Just yesterday, we pressed here on how Blackstars attacking midfielder, Christian Atsu got himself a fresh haircut ahead of Ghana’s match against Cameroon.

Well, today, celebritiesbuzz.com.gh has chanced upon yet another photo of General captain Asamoah Gyan also going for a fresh haircut ahead of the game which comes off on Saturday.

May be, the new haircuts would make them win Cameroon.


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Photo below:

asamoah gyan new hair cut

In related issues, Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah says the time has come to end the dominance of Cameroon over his country in the Africa Cup of Nations.

The Black Stars have confronted the Indomitable Lions four times from 1982 and the best they have achieved is two group draws while suffering two semifinal defeats.

“We are going to give Cameroon a really good game and I am sure we will emerge victorious,” said the coach in his second spell as Ghana coach.

Ghana Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah has opined that a draw during yesterday's game with the Benin National Team isn't bad.  The highly paid Ghanaian coach revealed that
Kwesi Appiah

Defending champions Cameroon will start as slight favourites to win the Group F clash in Ismailia Saturday having been the more impressive performers earlier this week.

Cameroon scored twice in three minutes to end the resistance of Guinea-Bissau and win 2-0 while Ghana had John Boye red-carded as they were held 2-2 by Benin.

Here, AFP Sport previews the three Saturday matches, with Benin and Guinea-Bissau the other fixture in an Ismailia double-header, while Angola meet Mauritania in Group E in Suez.

CAMEROON VS GHANA

Appiah is not overly concerned with the two dropped points against lower-ranked Benin because Ghana are traditionally slow starters at the Cup of Nations.

They always recover and boast a record of six consecutive top-four finishes from 2008, including finishing runners-up twice.

He was upset by the dismissal of veteran Boye, believing his time wasting should have earned a verbal warning rather than a second yellow card.

Cameroon centre-back Ambroise Oyongo, one of four starters against Guinea-Bissau who were part of the 2017 title-winning team, says they must improve against Ghana.

“We have to raise our game against Ghana. We did not start with a win in 2017 but this time we did and I believe that is a good omen going forward in the competition.”

Shared via AFP Sports.

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