World Cup-playoff: Even If Nigeria Beat Ghana, I Still Have 'Vim' For Black Stars - Kwesi Pratt

As the Black Stars of Ghana clash with the Super Eagles of Nigeria in a second leg of the qualifiers to the Qatar World Cup 2022, hopes for the national team to defeat the Super Eagles are on the high.

The first leg of the match saw a fiery soccer between the two teams with the game ending in a goalless draw as the charged stadium filled with a mammoth Black Stars fans and a few Super Eagles fanatics cheered their teams on for victory.

The second leg is the decider on which team makes it to the World Cup.

With today's game to kick off around 5 pm GMT, the Black Stars have been receiving well-wishes and motivation speeches.

To add his voice to the well-wishes is the Editor-in-Chief of the Insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr. who strongly believes the Black Stars will set the hearts of Ghanaians in ecstasy.

Kwesi Pratt expressed strong faith in the national team, applauding them for their performance at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, and also commending the coach Otto Addo.

To him, coach Otto Addo has proven that a Ghanaian coach can best handle the Black Stars.

Mr. Pratt, speaking on Peace FM's morning show ''Kokrokoo'', however stressed even if the game turns in the favor of the Super Eagles, he is still proud of the Black Stars.

''If they defeat us today, I still have hope. Even if they score us, still there is vim!''