Senin, 23 Januari 2012
Muntari warns against complacency
The tournament has already dealt several upsets after just two days of play, with one of the favourites Senegal beaten 2-1 by Zambia and host Equatorial Guinea surprising Libya 1-0.
And the Inter midfielder said the results are a wakeup call to countries who feel there are still underdogs in African football.
"If you look at what happened on the opening day it is easy to see you cannot write off any team," Muntari told KickOffGhana.
"We are very confident but we won't be taking any team lightly."
Four time champions Ghana will open their campaign against debutants Botswana on Tuesday as they seek to win the trophy for the first time since 1982.