Ghana interim coach Otto Addo believes the Black Stars can beat anyone in Group H at the 2022 FIFA World Cup if his players are at 100%.
The four-time African champions are part of a group that many have labelled as difficult.
They will face past European champions Portugal, South American giants Uruguay, and South Korea, one of Asia’s best teams, in Qatar.
Ghana, who qualified after overcoming sworn rivals Nigeria in the final qualifying round, will open their account against Portugal on November 24.
Their next match is against South Korea before meeting Uruguay on December 2 in a rematch of the 2010 quarter-final match, which the South Americans won on penalties following Luis Suarez’s notorious handball to prevent the Black Stars’ winning goal in the final minute of extra-time.
“If we’re at 100 percent, we can beat anyone,” Addo told Sports Buzzer.
“I’ve been able to learn a lot from excellent coaches like Lucien Favre, Edin Terzic and Marco Rose,”
“The fact that I deal with the players even more intensively and individually has also helped me in my dealings with the national players.”
The former Ghanaian international also stated that he will never forget the tremendous reception he received in Ghana after the Black Stars defeated Nigeria to qualify for Qatar.
“I was very impressed by the way I was received with open arms. The welcome I received after arriving in Ghana will remain unforgettable,” he added.
Otto Addo who replaced Milovan Rajevac after the poor Africa Cup of Nations campaign earlier this year is expected to be named permanent coach of the Black Stars.