Ghana coach Milovan 'Master Tactician' Rajevac has revealed that his tactics for their clash with Angola at the Africa Cup of Nations worked to perfection resulting in their victory.
The Serbian manager wrong-footed his opponents by deploying two speedy wingers for the game in Luanda that edned 1-0 in a fvour of the Black Stars. Asamoah Gyan gave Ghana the 1-0 win over host Angola and a place in the semifinals of the African Cup of Nations.
Gyan received a pass from Kojo Asamoah before firing a diagonal shot into the bottom corner. Ghana, a four-time African Cup champion who has also qualified for the World Cup later this year, will either play Zambia or Nigeria.
Rajevac, whose team has been depleted by the absence of several key players, revealed that he has been studioudly studying the Angolans. "We made an assessment of the Angolan team," Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac said. "We wanted to get an early goal and fortunately we got one.
"We could have scored more on the counterattack." Rajevac has been credited for the showing of the impressive young side who have now reached the last four of the tournament.
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