Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda admits the country’s qualification to the World Cup final play-off rest on his shoulders.
The Orlando Pirates shot-stopper is expected to reclaim his number one spot in the team ahead of the World Cup qualifier against Zambia on Friday after sitting out in the last intertaional friendl against Turkey.
The 28-year-old says he is ready to stand in-between the Chipolopolo and goals at the Baba Yara stadium in Kumasi.
“My target is to keep a clean sheet on Friday whatever happens,” Dauda said
“It is what will make us qualify for the next round. My colleagues upfront will try and score so I should stop the goals from going into our net.
” As a player, it is an important thing to play in the World Cup. Most of the guys in the team have been there and I would like to experience it myself.
My target is to help the team so that we can get to the Mundial in Brazil.”