Former Black Stars player, Augustine Arhinful has stated that the score line for Ghana’s friendly against Brazil on Friday is unimportant, and that the team should focus on top quality performance as they prepare for the 2022 World Cup.
Ghana, who have qualified for the World Cup in Qatar, will face the five-time world champions on Friday in Le Havre as part of their preparations for the global tournament later this year.
Following the inclusion of Inaki Williams, Tariq Lamptey, and Mohammed Salisu to the squad after they committed to playing for Ghana earlier this year, the Black Stars are feeling confident ahead of the match.
Brazil, on the other hand, have assembled a top squad, led by PSG star Neymar, for the match.
“It’s a good confidence for the players, playing with these quality players and to know the World Cup coming.
“Most of our players are new, so this is good to test the waters. Whatever the score line would be, I’m not looking at it, I’m looking at the kind of team we are building for the World Cup in Qatar,”Augustine Arhinful told Kingdom FM