Ghana surrendered a lead in the first half and drew 1-1 against Ethiopia in the 2022 World Cup qualifying clash on today, November 11.
Captain Andre Ayew fired Ghana ahead via a free kick midway through the first period, but Getaneh Kebede equalized for Ethiopia after 18 minutes remained, when he scored a volley.
Ghana still remains on the second in the group with South Africa still leading with 3 points difference after scoring Zimbabwe 1-0. However, the good news is that Ghana now need just a win with any scoreline margin against the Bafana Bafana at the Cape Coast sports stadium to qualify to the play-off stage.
South Africa travel to Milovan Rajevac’s Ghana in the final group matches on Sunday, November 14.
The Black Stars failed to reach the World Cup in Russia in 2018 while South Africa have not played in the tournament since hosting the first finals in Africa in the year 2010.