Egypt international striker Bassem Morsy believes that the Pharaohs’ upcoming clash against Ghana should be treated like any other match.
The Pharaohs will host Ghana at the Borg El-Arab Stadium on Sunday in the second round of the 2018 World Cup qualification as Egypt will be looking to beat the Black Stars, their main Group E rivals, and widen the gap to five points.
The Zamalek striker, who is part of Egypt’s squad for the game, said that although the Pharaohs hope to win, the match should still be treated like any other. He explained that if Egypt want to reach the World Cup, they shouldn’t care about the name of their opponent.
“We are all doing our best to win this match, however it’s just like any other game,” Morsy told BeIN Sports satellite channel on Thursday.