Ghana have qualified for the 2022 African Nations Championship quarter-finals following Madagascar’s amazing win over Sudan on Tuesday night.
Black Galaxies crushed Sudan 3-1 last week to set themselves strategically set up to qualify, however they actually required Madagascar’s assistance.
Ghana required Madagascar to keep away from a weighty loss against Sudan to qualify, and the Barea surpassed assumptions with a 3-0 win.
Accordingly, Madagascar tied down capability to the next round as group winners, with Ghana coming in second and Sudan leaving the competition.
Following Morocco’s choice not to partake in the tournament due to diplomatic problems with host Algeria, Madagascar, Ghana, and Sudan were each granted three focuses and three objectives.
Upon their qualification to the next round,the Black Galaxies will play against either Cameroon or Niger in the quarterfinals.
Hoping they do their best to progress again.