As the 2026 World Cup Qualifiers unfold, the Black Stars of Ghana are gearing up for a crucial showdown against Comoros, coach Chris Hughton, is leaving no room for underestimation.
Despite securing a triumphant start in Group I with a victory over Madagascar, Hughton emphasizes the formidable challenge that the Comoros team poses.
“We have big respect for Comoros; they are a good team,” asserts Hughton, setting the stage for a highly anticipated clash on Tuesday afternoon. The lone goal by Inaki Williams in the first game has fueled Ghana’s momentum ahead of the second game in Group I.
“We have big respect for Comoros, they are a good team, but the results in the past have no significance. It’s about the present, not the past,” he said.
“I think as a football nation, they have come a long way, they have made very big steps and I congratulate them on that.
“For now our preparations are not for the World Cup or the AFCON but it is for the game against Comoros. It is one game at a time,”