2022 WCQ: ‘What We Expect From Ghana In Second Leg’ —Abdullahi


Super Eagles defender Shehu Abdullahi has explained the kind of approach they are expecting from the Black Stars in Tuesday’s second leg clash in Abuja.

Abdullahi was an unused substitute in the first leg of the 2022 World Cup qualifying playoffs in Kumasi on Friday.


And looking ahead to the important reverse fixture, Abdullahi stated he expect the Black Stars to be physical as usual.

He however expressed confidence that the Eagles will be ready for them.


“It is always a physical game between Nigeria and Ghana, we expected that from them, it is normal and when they come here it will be the same and we are ready for them.”

On the crucial game on Tuesday, the 2018 World Cup star said the Super Eagles players are aware of the expectations of Nigerians and will do everything possible to make them happy.

“Nigerians expect a win and we the players know that so we are working hard to see how we can win the game for them.”

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Source: Complete Sports