Ghana’s main man at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Mohammed Kudus has given an assurance that the Black Stars are up for the clash against Uruguay later this week.
After beating South Korea 3-2 in Group H on Monday, the youngster says all attention has been shifted to the final group game against the two-time World Champions.
“We are approaching one game at a time and we got the three points today and the focus is on Uruguay so we go with the same mentality and the same attitude and I know everyone is up for it. Now we just recover and rest up very well and get ready for the next game,” Mohammed Kudus said in a post-match interview with FIFA.
Following a stellar performance against South Korea, the Ghana star was named Man of the Match.
After receiving the award, the Ajax attacker refused to take all the applause but credited his Black Stars teammates for a very good performance to secure the important victory.
“I think I will give it [MoTM award] to everyone. I think the players on the pitch and on the bench, everyone played a part so I think it’s a collective trophy. I think everyone played their part for us to win the game today,” Mohammed Kudus stressed.
Ghana now has three points from two games at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The Black Stars lost the first group game to Portugal before bouncing back to defeat South Korea.
The final Group H match against South Korea is scheduled to be played on Friday, December 2.
The Black Stars must avoid a defeat to stand a chance of progressing to the knockout stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.