Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku has warned South Africa not to be bad losers, insisting the Black Stars is always ahead of Bafana Bafana.
There is tension between the football governing body of the two countries after the Black Stars defeated Bafana 1-0 secure play-offs spot in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
South Africa FA has alleged that the match was manipulated and lodged a protest at FIFA, seeking a replay of the encounter.
But Okraku is incensed by wild allegations made by SAFA, including being intimidated, molested, and robbed in Cape Coast.”
“Ghana will always be a superpower over the Republic of South Africa, they can’t beat us…Even if they want we will even play the game in Barcelona and we will beat them again,” an angry Kurt Okraku said.
He added: “You can see clearly, the South Africans keep shifting goalposts. From being robbed by the referee to the match being manipulated by external or third parties or the match being played by ball boys.
“How would they even dream that they can match up the Black Stars in Ghana? How is that possible? South Africa must not be bad losers.”
FIFA has acknowledged receiving the complaint from South Africa and will hear the matter next week.