Following a two-legged victory over Nigeria thanks to coach Otto Addo’s technical brilliance, Ghana qualified for its fourth World Cup.
The Black Stars will compete in a tournament in Qatar from November 21 to December 18, 2022, together with Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea.
Andre Ayew, the captain of Ghana, asserts that when the team’s circumstances are favorable, the West African nation succeeds.
According to Black Stars captain Andre Ayew, if the team’s circumstances are favorable, Ghana can excel at the 2017 FIFA World Cup.
Due to his suspension for receiving a red card against Comoros Island at the Africa Cup of Nations, Ayew was unable to participate in the Black Stars’ pivotal World Cup play-off against Nigeria.
In the two-legged match against the Super Eagles, Thomas Partey served as captain, and Ghana successfully clinched qualifying for Qatar 2022.
The Black Stars were eliminated from the World Cup group stage in Brazil in 2014 after losing to the United States and Portugal.
According to GhanaSportsOnline, he said on GTV Sports+, “I think beyond the pitch, our FA, and the sports ministry would do everything so we don’t go through any negative experience again. “I really think that anything is possible if we work hard, have faith, and receive support and prayers from our country of origin.
The Black Stars will compete in Group H of the World Cup, which will be held in Qatar from November 21 to December 18, 2022, alongside Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea.