Ghana legend, Mohammed Polo has said that, the Black Stars can only qualify for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup if coach Milovan Rajevac gets the best out of Mohammed Kudus, Kamaldeen Sulemana and Thomas Partey.
The Black Stars are facing a tall order in a bid to book the next FIFA World Cup slot with two remaining games to wrap up the qualifiers.
Milovan Rajevac picked up from where ex-Black Stars player, Charles Akonnor left off and has managed to win a double header against Zimbabwe in Group G but the Stars still trail leaders, South Africa by a single point.
With Thomas Partey, Kudus Mohammed and Kamaldeen Sulemana showing quality in the last two games, Mohammed Polo believes their “best day” will help Ghana in the two remaining World Cup qualifying matches.
“Black stars can only make it to the world cup if coach Milovan Rajevac gets the best of Thomas Partey, Kudus Mohamed and Kamaldeen Sulemana in our subsequent games.
“Because without these players Ghana will not qualify.” Mohamed Polo said on Light FM.
Thomas Partey had a morale boosting moment ahead of the two qualifiers after scoring the opener and his first ever Premier League goal for Arsenal on Friday against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium.
Mohammed Kudus and Kamaldeen Sulemana have become the toast of Ajax and Stade Rennais fans respectively since both joined the two various clubs from Danish top flight side, Nordsjaelland.
The 19-year-old Sulemana has made 10 appearances for Ligue 1 side, Stade Rennais, scoring four goals with an assist this season with Mohammed Kudus, 21, managing three games, a goal with no assist due to injuries.
The Black Stars have nine points, one less than leaders, South Africa in Group G with Ethiopia seated third on three points and Zimbabwe bottom with one.
The four time African champions have a penultimate game against Ethiopia in Addis Ababa on November 17 before completing the qualifiers against South Africa at home a week later.
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