Black Stars head trainer, Milovan Rajevac, has admitted that their Moroccan counterparts who handed them a 0 -1 defeat in their AFCON Group C opener were tough customers.
He described the North Africans as one of the best on the continent and told the media that he and his team have put the loss behind them and concentrating on the two Group games remaining.
The Serbian pointed out that he has learnt his lesson well from the late loss and that his concentration is now on the two remaining matches.
And responding to what accounted for the limited scoring chances his side created, he said it was one of his game plans and that he has more up his sleeves for the upcoming matches.
“It was a tough match and we were expecting that because Morocco is one of the best teams on the continent and it was also the opening match of the group,” the 68-year-old said after the game.
“We did not take our chances in the game and I think the Moroccans were lucky in the end. We were expecting the game to end in a draw.
“I want to congratulate the Moroccans on their win and my boys for fighting really hard. We have two matches left in the group so we have to concentrate on them so we can progress to the next stage.”
Ghana will be hoping to record its first win when they take on Gabon, who posted a 1-0 win over Comoros on Monday night, this Friday.