As the platform is getting ready for the two West African giants to battle in the most anticipated game for a slot at the World Cup, former Ghanaian goalkeeper, Fatawu Dauda has delivered an advice and a motivational message to the Black Stars contingent ahead of today’s crucial encounter with Nigeria.
Fatawu has urged the players to play without fear but they should rather play and express themselves.
This fixture is one of the biggest games amongst the five matches to be played in the World Cup play-offs in Africa for a ticket to the World Cup.
These set of Ghanaian players are hoping to book a ticket and play their maiden World Cup since their seniors did in 2014.
The crucial and titanic encounter will be one of the best games in Africa whiles Egypt is also hosting Senegal.
Speaking on GTV Sports Plus, Fatau voiced out, “Well, as a former member of the team I think I can support them with prayers. We are almost in the month of Ramadan. Today is Friday and I will be in my white to pray for them tonight but all will depend. If they listen to me I can give them one word Professor Mintah gave me nine years ago. Is a big game. Go and play without fear as senior Addo said. Play and express yourself, results will come by itself. Respect them but don’t be scared of them. I wish them good luck.” He stated.