Ghana captain Andre Ayew has targeted a win against Ethiopia in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers slated for September.
The qualifiers which was initially scheduled to start in June was postponed by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) due to coronavirus restrictions on the continent.
However, the Black Stars engaged themselves in two high profile friendly games against Ivory Coast and Morocco with Ghana failing to record a win in any of the games.
They lost 1-0 to Morocco last Tuesday and shared the spoils with Ivory Coats on home turf.
The Black Stars were held to a 0-0 draw at the Cape Coast stadium in a friendly match, a game Ghanaians seems not to be impress with the performance of the team.
Speaking after the game expressed satisfaction with their performance, saying they showed a lot of determination.
According to him, the team is progressing and now have to get ready for Ethiopia since it is a must win game for the Black Stars.
“Solid performance, tough game, we wanted to win at home but we didn’t get it. It was a 50-50 game but I think we showed a lot of determination, good play, they were very dangerous at set pieces but we were able to handle them”
“We are still progressing but now we have to get ready for Ethiopia because that is a must win game” he said.
The Black Stars will commence their 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia in September this year.