In the upcoming second game of the 2026 World Cup Qualifiers, the Black Stars find itself at a crucial juncture, and one player who has emerged as a midfield gem deserving of a starting berth against Comoros is Majeed Ashimeru.
His recent heroics against Madagascar showcased not only his technical prowess but also his invaluable contributions to the team’s dynamic.
Ashimeru’s midfield wizardry was on full display in the match against Madagascar, where he orchestrated play with finesse, exhibiting a remarkable blend of vision, passing accuracy, and tactical intelligence.
His ability to control the tempo of the game and link up seamlessly with teammates makes him a standout candidate for a starting role in the crucial clash against Comoros.
Beyond his technical skills, Ashimeru’s work rate and tenacity in both offensive and defensive phases of the game have not gone unnoticed. He has shown a commendable commitment to tracking back and winning possession, providing an additional layer of solidity to Ghana’s midfield.
This two-way proficiency is an asset that could prove decisive in the intense World Cup Qualifiers.
The synergy Ashimeru has developed with his teammates is evident, creating a cohesive unit that could unlock the toughest defenses. His understanding of spacing, quick decision-making, and ability to execute key passes make him a key playmaker, capable of turning the tide in Ghana’s favor.
As the team prepares for the crucial encounter against Comoros, Ashimeru’s recent performances make a compelling case for him to be handed a starting role. His impact goes beyond individual brilliance, reflecting a player who understands the collective goals of the team. With the stakes high in the World Cup Qualifiers, deploying Ashimeru from the first whistle could be the strategic move that propels Ghana towards a triumphant campaign.
Ghana won 1-0 against Madagascar and would be out for revenge against the minnows who eliminated them from the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations tournament hosted in Cameroon in January 2022 due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.