Sports News of Wednesday, 12 October 2016
Ghana assistant coach Maxwell Konadu is looking on the bright side after their 1-1 draw with South Africa in an international friendly on Tuesday.
The Black Stars took a first half lead through a Mubarak Wakaso penalty, but Ayanda Patosi restored parity in the second stanza in Durban to make it two stalemates in four days for Avram Grant’s charges.
“It was a very good exercise,” Konadu told SABC TV.
“We know how our opponents play.
“We were not wrong in saying that [Bafana Bafana] are a very good and skillful team.
“In general, I would say it was a good match; the exercise was good for us.
“We have seen our mistakes and we’ll go home and correct them to make sure that we do better next time.”
Ghana, for their next match, play away to Egypt in the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifiers next month.