By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana coach Akwesi Appiah is not worried over awarded points to Zambia in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
The African champions were declared winners in their opening Group D fixture against Sudan after winning a protest over the use of an unqualified player by the Sudanese.
The Chipolopolo now occupy top spot in Group D with Ghana trailing by three points in the penultimate qualification round for Brazil 2014.
The situation has got many worried over Ghana’s chances to make a third straight appearance at the finals now that the Black Stars have to virtually win all of its remaining games to qualify.
But coach Appiah appears relaxed on the issue – rather believing the development will serve his side better.
“It’s even good for us because it doesn’t put pressure on me or the team since we just have to concentrate on our matches,” he told Goal.com.
“The Zambians can also drop points along the way, who knows?”
Sudan has however lodged an appeal against the decision by world football governing body FIFA.