The second leg clash between Nigeria and Ghana on Tuesday will decide the team that will qualify to the World Cup 2022.
Ahead of the game, Ghanaian footballer who plays as defender for Swedish club Östersunds FK, Samuel Laryea Mensiro has called on Ghanaians to rally behind the Black Stars of Ghana ahead of their return leg against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
With the Ghana national team going for victory, the former Right to Dream Academy player has urged the football loving fans to motivate the players ahead of the Jollof Derby.
Ghana need to brush-off the Super Eagles in tomorrow’s World Cup qualifier play-offs return leg in Abuja to book a ticket for the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.
Missing out in 2018, the Black Stars are looking ahead to bounce back to the continental competition and make history.
Speaking in an interview with Accra-based Original Tv, Samuel Laryea Mensiro voiced out, “I think of course, anytime Ghana play against Nigeria is always a big game so we just have to motivate the boys and support them. We can get a win but is not gonna be easy. Is a derby game and is gonna be tough but for me I believe in the boys because they’ve been there before so we just have to support them and follow them and then we can get a win tomorrow.” He told Agorohene Nana Yaw Opoku on Sports Punch Show.
The Super Eagles host Ghana in Abuja on Tuesday after a 0-0 stalemate at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi last Friday.