Black Stars head coach, Milovan Rajevac admits his team is under pressure to win their second game against Zimbabwe.
The Black Stars will come against the warriors of Zimbabwe this afternoon without Captain Dede Ayew in the starting lineup, as Milovan names a strong side for the encounter. Swindon Town Jojo Wollacott will continue to keep the post for Ghana, and other players include Daniel Amartey, Baba Rahman, Alexander Djiku, Jonathan Mensah, Baba Iddrisu, and Thomas Partey who will captain the Ghana side, Jordan Ayew, Suleyman Kamal Deen, Kudus Mohammed and Benjamin Tetteh.
Ghana must beat the warriors to keep their hopes of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup alive. The Black Stars are currently second in Group G behind leaders South Africa.
But Speaking at the pre-match presser ahead of this afternoon encounter, Milo says his players will be able to cope with the pressure in order to succeed.
“This is usual in this kind of job, especially in this kind of situation you have to learn how to handle the pressure. For us it’s a must-win and as you know, every next match is the most important match. Let’s take one match at a time and we have the confidence and every next match is the most important and hardest and so we will learn how to handle the pressure so we can succeed in this game” He told the media.
Ghana is currently second in Group G with 6 points, behind leaders South Africa who has 7 points.