2014 World Cup: Belgium-based Ghana midfielder Kumordzi charges Black Stars to beat Germany

Bennard Kumordzi, left with Akyereko Frimpong, confident of Ghana victory

Bennard Kumordzi, left with journalist Akyereko Frimpong, confident of Ghana victory

Ghana international midfielder Bennard Kumordzi has charged the Black Stars to go all out for victory against Germany in Saturday’s Group G tie at the 2014 World Cup. 

The KRC Genk star midfielder wants the Black Stars to prove their worth with a winning performance against the European giants to avoid an early exit from Brazil.

“They know they have to win against the Germans to remain in the tournament and it’s an important game for the entire nation and I’m confident they will win,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.

Ghana, who reached the quarter-finals of the 2010 edition, are on the brink of elimination and must win against the Germans to avoid the fate.

The tie at Fortaleza will be the second time Ghana will be playing against Germany at the World Cup stage and will be seeking revenge against losing in the 2010 game.

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  1. Joe says:

    A reliable source says that this will be the Ghana line-up against Germany: Fatau, Afful, Kwadwo, Jonathan, Boye, Muntari, Atsu, Rabiu, Gyan, Boateng, Ayew.