Ghana winger Osman Bukari says the team is concerntrating on their group games at the World Cup and not focused on facing Manchester United ace Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Black Stars have been grouped alongside Portugal, Uruguay and Korea Republic at the tournament.
Ghana begin their campaign against Portugal at the tournament. The two teams last met at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil which the Black Stars lost 2-1 to exit the competition.
The Nantes forward admits that Group H is tough but the experience of playing all the three teams in the group will be an advantage.
“We all know the group we find ourselves in, it’s a difficult group but the good thing is that we’ve played between all the teams,” Nantes winger Bukari told Wontumi FM.
“We’ve played Portugal and everyone knows what’s between us and Uruguay.
“We just have to be careful in our group because it is not an easy group. All the teams in there are good so it is up to us to do the right thing.
“We are not thinking about Ronaldo, we are concentrating on ourselves. Frankly speaking, the group is difficult.”
The 2022 World Cup starts from November 21- December 18.