In a few weeks, Ghana and Nigeria will face off in the Qatar 2022 World Cup play-offs. Like several Ghanaian football commentators, former player Bernard Don Bortey believes the Black Stars have everything it takes to win the Super Eagles.
“Ghana, Nigeria is a different ball game all together considering the rivalry between us. At first, it was not about names but this time around the players will count,” Bortey, famous for his exploits with local side Hearts of Oak, told Bryt FM.
“I believe in Ghana; I believe in the players and I believe Ghana will qualify.”
According, veteran Ghanaian coach JE Sarpong Ghana need “to oil the midfield and sharpen the attack” to ensure that they create and utilize the chances they create for them “to win this crucial match and book a ticket to the Qatar 2022 World Cup tournament. ”
Ghana Black Stars will be hosting the first leg in Cape Coast on March 25. The reverse fixture is scheduled for March 29 in Abuja.