African football will be relying of on the free-scoring Ghana side to provide the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations with the much-needed goals after the first two matches of the tournament failed to produce goals on Saturday.
An unexciting opening day of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations ended goalless as Angola and Morocco drew 0-0 in the first meeting between the countries at the tournament.
Organisers are desperate for goals to spark interest in the tournament and the first two matches of the competition did not inspire confidence.
With Ghana playing DR Congo in Port Elizabeth on Sunday in the competition’s third matches two s, organisers wants the rivalry between and the quality of players on display will produce the much-needed goals.
With South Africa and Cape Verde producing a similar scoreline, all four Group A teams have one point with two mini-league rounds to go and two places in the quarter-finals up for grabs.
Following his hard work with CAF, Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi has been named to lead the continental governing body's Fair-Play and Social Responsibility Committee as well as serving on four other committees.