Midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang–Badu says concentration and discipline will be key against Niger on Monday night.
The two teams square off in the final group B game in the ongoing 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.
The Black Stars are touted as the huge favourites to top the group but Niger’s defensive and hard-tackling style of play is creating some form of panic among some Ghanaian soccer fans.
The Udinese star, who has been voted MVP in their opening two games for his impressive performances admits the enormity of the task and says the team will need to be extremely discipline on the pitch to bag maximum points.
“One thing we have to do is to concentrate and be discipline on the field,” Badu said
“I have watched them (Niger) and so we know a bit of them and we will take some advantages from what we have seen on the field and then we take it from there.”
Victory for the West African giants will see them take on Cape Verde in the quarter-finals on Saturday February 2.