Esperance defender Harrison Afful has given Ghana tips on how good Tunisia is ahead of the epic Nations Cup quarter final tie on Sunday.
The Black Stars must beat the Carthage Eagles in Franceville to keep their ambition of winning a fifth African title after 30-years on track.
Afful who is in his third season in Tunisian and is not part of Ghana’s squad at the Nations Cup however seeks to help his nation by giving a vivid description on the playing style of the North Africans.
“They have a good team and they always like to keep the ball,” he said.
“They also have some great individual players especially the number 7 (Youssef Msakni) he is one of the key players.
“They are also dangerous when it comes to attacking.”
Ghana has looked less convincing during the group stages but managed to qualify to the knockout round as winners of Group D.
They will however have to up their game if their to make anymore progress in the tournament starting with a victory over a quick and skillful Tunisia side coached by ex international Sami Trabelsi.