Ighalo warns Ghana will be tougher in Abuja, says Super Eagles must be at their best pick World Cup ticket


Forward Odion Ighalo expects Nigeria to make home advantage count and pick the World Cup ticket when they battle Ghana on Tuesday at the MKO Abiola Stadium.

Ighalo was an unused substitute in the first leg tie, it ended goalless in Kumasi and the 32 year-old forward says Ghana will come all out in Abuja because they now have “nothing to lose”.
“It’s a home advantage for us but we’re not going to go to sleep because it’s going to be a difficult game; a tough game,” Ighalo told the NFF media ahead of Tuesday’s game.
“Ghana are going to come all out here, because they have nothing to lose now. So, we just have to give our best; give 110 percent in the game on Tuesday, take our chances and fight until the final whistle.”
“I know by God’s grace we’re going to come out victorious but we have to work hard. It’s going to be a tough one but we’re going to win by God’s grace.”


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