By Kiyimba Bruno

Kiyimba.bruno@gmail.com

After two second half strikes that saw Ghana off, Cameroon is now confirmed to face Egypt in the forth coming 2017 African Cup Of Nations 2017 finals.

Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui took advantage of atrocious defending from a free-kick to lash in the opener in the 72nd minute.

A free-kick was swung into the area and both Ghana defender John Boye and keeper Razah Brimah flapped at the delivery, allowing Ngadeu-Ngadjui to thrash home.

As Ghana, coached by former Chelsea boss Avram Grant, searched for the equaliser they left space at the back, which was exploited in the third minute of stoppage time when Aalborg forward Bassogog sprinted into the area and poked in past the reach of Razak.

“I am more than unhappy. We wanted so much to be in the final,” said Grant.

“We did everything to be there and in the second half we completely dominated. Congratulations to Cameroon of course but we were the better side and we lost.”

The Black Stars will meet Burkina Faso in Saturday’s third place play-off in Port Gentil.