By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Ghana goalkeeper Richard Kingson believes the Black Stars will record a ‘BIG’ win over Egypt in the crucial 2014 World Cup qualifier on Tuesday.
Ghana is hosting the seven-time African champions in the first leg of the epic playoff tie to determine one of five African representatives for next year’s World Cup in Brazil.
Many expect the Black Stars to record a massive result against the Pharaohs to provide a comfortable cushioning ahead of next month’s return encounter in Cairo.
And Kingson who is in line to starting his first Black Stars game in two-years on Tuesday is very firm in his believe Ghana will record a huge win in Kumasi.
“If we are able to make very good use of the coach’s philosophy, Egypt will know by the end of the game that football is also well played somewhere,” he told Accra-based Montie FM.
“We are determined to go the World Cup and I believe we will win the match with a big margin.
“I have the firm believe we will record the cricket score line people are talking of, I know what I am saying.”