Ghana bad habit skipper, Kwadwo Asamoah, says desires by Ghanaians for the group to win the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations are supported.
Kwesi Appiah’s group opened their Group F crusade with a 2-2 draw against Benin, finishing the game with 10 men after John Boye’s red card all around right off the bat in the principal half.
The Black Stars take on Cameroon in an absolute necessity-win game on Saturday in the midst of weight from Ghanaian fans who have scrutinized the group’s capacity to end the nation’s multi-year hang tight for an AFCON title after in the repercussions of the Benin game.
The Inter Milan man says he completely comprehends why Ghanaians anticipate that they should win the AFCON.
“Everybody in Ghana is anticipating a great deal from us; they firmly accept we are the group that can bring the cup home.
“Furthermore, that is on the grounds that we are a group that is joined together. In the event that you go to the group, you can’t tell who is a senior player or new player and I think with this, we can do it,” Asamoah said.
“We didn’t begin well however despite everything I accept we are going to make it. I realize despite everything they bolster us since they know in many competitions this transpires. We don’t begin well.
“We drew the game, we didn’t lose. In any case, I accept that it [the draw] will push us and propel us. It won’t be simple against Cameroon, yet I accept we can make it,” Asamoah said at the group’s prematch public interview.
With vulnerability around the wellness dimensions of commander Andre Ayew, Asamoah is required to begin the game tomorrow however the previous Juventus midfielder, when inquired as to whether he would play against Cameroon, gave a hesitant reaction.