“Ghana Will Still Beat Us By More Goals If FIFA Orders Replay” – Ex-Kaizer Chiefs Midfielder Junior Khanye Warns South Africa

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye has warned South Africa that they will still lose again to Ghana, and by a greater margin, if FIFA demands to replay the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying match.

The South Africa Football Association lodge an official complaint with FIFA following a loss to Ghana thanks to an outstanding penalty by Andre Ayew.

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The incident that resulted in the referee granting the penalty has now become an issue of whether it was actually an actual penalty or it was not.

The Bafana Bafana management are seeking a rematch because of the penalty incident, and FIFA is yet to make their verdict available to the public about the matter.

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Khanye writing in his column for the iDiski Times said, “If the match was ordered by FIFA to be replayed, I think Ghana would win it again, by more goals this time around.

I don’t know if Hugo Broos thinks he is trying to prove a point by omitting players who deserve to play in the national team. You cannot tell me that Andile Jali and Lyle Lakay are not good enough to play for the national team.

If we have the same approach, I think Ghana will defeat Bafana Bafana again in a replay situation. They had more threatening chances in the game we played.”

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Source: Kingaziz.com

Source: Kingaziz.com