Former Togolese footballer Emmanuel Adebayor said the Black Stars will have to approach the match against Egypt with a good mentality if they want to get something out of it.
Ghana lost to Cape Verde (2-1) in their first match on Sunday and will face the seven-time world champions with the hope of bouncing back from this poor start.
According to Adebayor, the team is technically good, but something is missing and it is down to the way the players approach the match.
“Technically they are good, but tactically they were not in good shape, they are not the best. Technicality and tactics are not the most important when you play the African Cup of Nations. What is important in a CAN is the desire and the mentality,” Adebayor told Sienu TV. “The mentality must be good, the enthusiasm for the game, you must go on the field and know that you represent a country,” he added.