The Super Eagles of Nigeria head coach, Augustine Eguavoen says the Three times African champions will do everything possible on the pitch to defeat their West African rivals, Ghana.
Nigeria and Ghana will faceoff on March 25 and 29th with a place at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on the line.
“It’s a very crucial Game, We want to cross over the line, how do we cross over the line ? It’s to win, and win well against Chana. That’s the only way we can be at the World Cup.
“So we will do everything possible, work hard. The boys are sharp and ready to go, the federation is ready, Nigerians are also ready to support and we will do everything possible on the pitch.” Eguavoen told NFF TV.
Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa feels the tie will be an opportunity for Nigeria to prove her supremacy and hopes they can make the nation proud.
“It’s about politics, it’s about jollof, Nigeria-Ghana, about music, acting, everything, and football has brought us again together to show who’s the king. I know we’ll do our best to make Nigerians proud.
“It’s a fight in and outside the pitch. We know that this game is not going to be very easy, so we just have to give all we have in the first game before we come back home. Musa said.