Ghana coach Otto Addo has stated he remains confident ahead of his team’s final group stage game with Uruguay in Qatar while saying that he foresees an open game between the two teams. Speaking at his press conference, Addo explained:
“We expect them to press high, to try to force and dictate the game. They know that a draw is not good enough for them, so surely there is no option than to attack. I believe it’s also a chance for us because there will be gaps in their defence. We have to be strong. Surely we can use those gaps which they will automatically leave and try to score. It’s going to be tight and tough just like the other matches at the World Cup but I’m very confident that, if the players are at the same level as the last two games, we will win.”
Ghana need to win to ensure they make the last 16 but will also progress with a draw should South Korea not beat Portugal in the other Group H match.