Sister Afia, a famous Ghanaian artist, has threatened to strip down her underwear if the Black Stars beat Portugal 3-0 in Thursday’s opening game of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The team captained by Otto Addo is hoping to make history by being the first African team to win a game at this year’s World Cup.
Following scoreless draws against Denmark and Croatia, Tunisia and Morocco each have one point in the standings.
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Also, before the game, Sister Afia tweeted that she would livestream a naked video of herself in a pool if the Black Stars won by a score of 3-0.
“If Ghana score 3-0 against Portugal, on Thursday I will go NAKED and drop myself in a pool ON LIVE 😂😂😂 so God help me 🙏🙏🙏”, she tweeted on Tuesday.
Denis Odoi, a defender for the Black Stars, thinks the Saudis’ stunning win against Argentina might serve as motivation.
“Of course, seeing what Saudi Arabia have achieved proves that you have to play all the matches. It’s not because you are a smaller country than your opponent that everything is a foregone conclusion.
“And then, based on my experience, this season in the Champions League, nobody would have given us a chance to go to the round of 16. And yet, after four matches, we qualified. So my takeaway is that when you play as a team, you can do anything.”
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