Controversial Zambia goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene says they are have been ordained by God to beat Ghana in Friday’s crucial World Cup qualifier.
The two former African champions go head-to-head in Kumasi today in what is expected to be a keenly contested game at the Baba Yara stadium.
The Black Stars need only a draw to advance to the next stage of the qualifiers while Zambia must grind out a win away from home to secure the sole ticket to the final play-offs.
The Mamelodi Sundowns shot-stopper, who is not new in talking big claims they are destined to beat their Ghanaian counterpart in the Garden city.
“Sometimes our wishes are not God wish. When the right time has come for you even if there are hindrances, they cannot stand on your way, so for us, I think we can see light at the end of the tunnel,” the 29-year-old told GBC Ura Radio
“For us as Zambians we believe that this time we have been touched by the blessings of God and we are positive that we will beat Ghana and get there.
“When we play, we mean business, so, for us is not only about the Ghana game which we are focusing on.