8 December 2013

Ghana: World Cup Draw - Ghana Captain Believes They Will Defy Portugal, Germany and USA in Group

Photo: Ghana Football Association
Ghana soccer fans.

Africa Top Sports reported the 2014 World Cup Brazil draw which saw Ghana Black Stars housed in a group called "Group of death" alongside Germany, Portugal and the USA.

Ghana will one more time face Germany who hindered their streak in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Portugal, the side of the highly talented Cristiano Ronaldo will be another sealed curtain the men of Coach Kwesi Appiah will have to breakthrough.

As we know them for their a-can-do spirit, Captain Asamoah Gyan of the Black Stars believes no team in the world can scare his side he qualifies as full of world class and budding talents. He reveals having no bit of fear for Germany, Portugal and the USA.

"It happens to us always, the most difficult group, the group of death, but we have a good selection to rival any team," the Ghana captain is quoted in the Portuguese press.

"We don't fear Germany, Portugal or even the United States.

"Ghanaians can be rest assured; we will qualify and make the country proud again.

"There is great teamwork and coordination among us, so we will work hard."

Ghana will orderly face USA, Germany and then Portugal.

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