Qatar 2022: Black Stars fans share expectations ahead of Portugal clash

Qatar 2022: Black Stars fans share expectations ahead of Portugal clash

The senior national staff, Black Stars are set to play their debut game at the 2022 World Cup right now.

Their opening game is against star-studded Portugal led by Christiano Ronaldo.

The staff has already expressed their poise to safe that essential 3-point in Doha.

Days in the past, a Ghanaian contingent of fans flooded the streets of the host country, Qatar, busking in confidence that Otto Addo’s men will ship.

Today, JoyNews stepped into the streets of Kumasi the place fans are very optimistic that the Ghana staff will beat the Portuguese men.

Watch their reactions under as they spoke on AM Show.

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