The Ghana Black Stars climbed to the top of Group G in Africa qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup after beating Zimbabwe during their international break in October.
With a win over Zimbabwe and a defeat against South Africa, the national team of the West African country started their World Cup qualification last month.
As a result, the stars resumed qualifications behind the Bafana Bafana this month. After six points ahead of the Warriors of Zimbabwe, Ghana temporarily rose ahead of South Africa.
With nine points, the Black Stars are now two points ahead of South Africa, which now occupies second place in the Group G table.
Things could change if South Africa beats Ethiopia today. If not, Ghana will have an advantage in Group G when it comes to qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.