2014 World Cup: Buoyant German fans confident of Ghana demolition in Saturday's duel

German fans running their mouths ahead of Ghana clash

German fans running their mouths ahead of Ghana clash

Hundreds of boastful German fans have arrived at Fortaleza and have expressed confidence in their European side raiding the Black Stars in Saturday’s Group G tie. 

The Germans opened their campaign with an impressive 4-0 drubbing of Portugal in their opening game while Ghana succumbed to a 2-1 to the United States.

However, the West Africans go into the game with victory at the back of their minds as they could face elimination with defeat.

And, German fans are in buoyant mood ahead of the game.

“We are really excited with Germany. This is surely the best selection we have since 1974 [when the team won its second world title].’s Thomas Müller will be the player of the World Cup,” said the engineer Stefan Wichert, 42.

His colleague Ralph Gabriel, 44, agrees. “We only had fear of Brazil, but from what we saw in the last game are not playing to be champions.’s Title is from Germany.”

READERS COMMENTS

  1. yaw2 says:

    Ghana must win 3-5-2

    Dauda

    Afful Jonathan Boye

    Rabiu Ayew KPB Muntari Asamoah

    Atsu Gyan

    • access says:

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  2. sade says:

    Never thought I would ever say this but if feel it let me say it go Black stars go fight n conquer

  3. access says:

    The players will deliver for ghana

  4. Josh says:

    I’m sorry, but the Germans are correct… you will lose tonight. Best you can hope for is a lucky draw and more luck against Portugal. When you choked against the US, your early flight home was scheduled.

  5. Josh says:

    Well, I’m back to admit that I was wrong.

    Well done, Ghana.