Head coach of the Black Stars Otto Addo has acknowledged that his team will encounter challenging competition in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar’s group stage.
Ghana will compete against Uruguay, the first World Cup champions, South Korea, and previous European champions Portugal in Group H, which has been dubbed the “death group.”
On November 24, Ghana’s World Cup campaign will get underway against Portugal. They will play South Korea, the only Asian team to advance to the semifinals, four days later. On December 2, they will play Uruguay to complete the tournament.
We’re going up against three strong opponents and we could lose all three games or win all three,” Otto Addo told FIFA in an interview.
“It’s up to us and how we adapt to their playing style, how we stop them, how we work together as a team. We need to play intelligent football, exploit our opponents’ weaknesses and bring our own strengths to the fore.”
The Black Stars have already began camping ahead of Thursday’s international friendly game against Switzerland.