President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku has stressed that the result of the friendly match against Brazil will not matter.
Regardless, the leader of the Football governing body in Ghana wants the Black Stars to put on a performance that will satisfy the preparations of the team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Speaking to 3Sports, Kurt Okraku said he is confident the team will do well to secure a good result.
“We are the Brazilians of Africa and we are playing against the Brazilians of South America. So not at all. We fear no foe. We will be up to the battle tomorrow.
“There is a reason why we are engaged in this two games and it’s important that we meet the expectations of the technical teams as far as these two games are concerned,” Kurt Okraku said.
The Ghana FA boss added, “I’m not thinking too much about the result. It will be nice if the boys put up a good team performance and cap it with a victory.”
Ghana on Friday, September 23, will face off with Brazil in an international friendly match as part of preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The game will be staged in Le Havre, France before Ghana subsequently plays against Nicaragua in another friendly to wrap up the September international break.