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Ghana Coach Says he Feels Pity for Super Eagles

Ghana head coach Otto Addo has come out to speak on his side’s aggregate victory love the Super Eagles of Nigeria. The former Black Stars player said he felt pity for the Super Eagles after the Black Stars of Ghana beat them in the 2022 World Cup qualifying playoffs on Tuesday.

Ghana Coach Otto Addo feels Pity for Nigeria

Ghana picked the ticket after holding the Eagles to a 1-1 draw inside the Moshood Abiola Stadium. The four-time AFCON champions qualified for their fourth World Cup on the away goals rule after the first leg ended goalless in Kumasi on Friday.

Ghana Coach Says He Feels Pity For Super Eagles
Ghana Coach Says he Feels Pity for Super Eagles

And speaking after securing the ticket, Ghana head coach Otto Addo said: “I’m delighted, exhausted, it was a tough match and we fought our way through.” “We had big problems, especially in the first half, and through some changes, the players gave their tactics very well, and still they [the Nigerians] had some good chances.”

He further said: “Our goalkeeper was there when we needed him and we had a little bit of luck also because if you see the chances the Nigerians were better.” He concluded his conference by saying he felt a bit of pity for them (the Super Eagles) but this is football, and sometimes you have to fight their way through which was what they did.

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