The Technical Dorector of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Bernard Lippert has expressed optimism about the Black Stars chances of qualifying to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Ghana’s Black Stars are just two games away from sealing a spot at next year global football showpiece in Qatar.
Ghana beat South Africa 1-0 in their group decider to reach the final playoff stage, where they have been seeded in Pot 2.
After a surprising turnaround in their qualifying campaign, which saw Ghana needing to beat South Africa in the final game to book a spot, Technical Director, of the Ghana Football Association, Benhard Lippert, believes the Black Stars will qualify for the global showpiece.
“The last match against South Africa have me a lot of hope,” Lippert told Citi Sports in an interview.
“We all know we have good players, but I only saw the teamwork, togetherness and passion in the last game.
“If we can show that in the playoff game, I’m very sure we can compete with the other teams in Africa,” the German added.
Ghana have been drawn in Pot 2 and will face either Nigeria, Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia or Morocco in the playoff round.