Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu is in an optimistic mood ahead of Monday’s final group B game against Niger, claiming the team are more than good enough to beat Gernot Rohr’s side.
After the team’s narrow 1-0 win over Mali in their second group game on Thursday, the team has appeared considerable more relaxed and determined at the continental showpiece.
The 23-year-old believes the squad are more organized and together and although he admits the Mena will prove a massive test for Ghana, he is confident it will be Kwesi Appiah’s side celebrating on Monday.
“I watched their game against DR Congo and I can say they tactically good in defense and midfield as well,” Badu said at Saturday’s pre-match conference
“We have our technical men. They are very competent. We’ll go back to the dressing room and see the kind of tactics to use to win the game for our Nation.
“But it’s going to very difficult game, but we’ll try our best to see what we can do.”
Ghana are top of the group with four points.