Ahmed Musa Nigeria’s Captain has sent Ghana a solid caution ahead of the 2022 World Cup play-off.

Ahmed Musah

The champion of the two-legged tie will be in Qatar along with four other African nations.

Ghana will have Nigeria on Thursday, March 24 for the first leg at the Cape Coast sports stadium in the Central Region of Ghana, while the return leg falls off in three days after, at the MKO Abiola National Stadium, Abuja.

“The FIFA World Cup is the greatest football competition on the planet, and each player needs to be included. A lot of the players in teams presently have not been there, and the couple of us that have been there need to encounter it once more”, Musa told the officials at the gathering on Tuesday night, as announced by the NFF.

Ahmed Musah

“We simply need the NFF to assist us with getting an adequate number of fans into the Abuja Stadium for the subsequent leg. We will go to Ghana and burrow our feet and ensure we obtain an outcome. We should concede that Ghana additionally needs to qualify and they have a solid team. The return leg will be critical and we are prepared for the fight, however we need our fans to be in there giving a shout out to us”, Musa added.

Musa with four goals is two goals behind Asamoah Gyan who holds the record for the most goals by an African throughout the entire existence of the World Cup.

The 29-year old Fatih Karagümrük S.K winger wants to be in Qatar to break the lucky record.

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