Cameroon coach Hugo Broos has revealed why his side defeated Ghana to make it to the finals of the ongoing African Cup of Nations.
The Indomitable Lions eased past the Black Stars with a 2-0 win in thier semi-final clash on Thursday evening at the Stade de Franceville.
Defender Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui scored the first goal while Christian Bassogog made it two for Broos’ side.
And according to Broos, they studied Ghana’s weaknesses prior to the game.
“Ghana is a very good team and we saw lots of videos about their game.We looked for the strong points and weaknesses and we did it very well even in the second half even when we suffered a little bit,” Broos said after the game.
On the eight senior players who rejected to play for Cameroon in the ongoing competition, the Belgian has some few words for them.
“It was not difficult to assemble a team. It was just that some players did not want to come.I think maybe now they regret it because they are not here with us.
“They still have a future but the decision lies with them.I will not phone them and ask them to come.They have to phone me and convince me and its not just to play a match, they have got be willing to stay.”