The five-time world champions, Brazil will lock horns with the Black Stars as part of their preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be staged in Qatar. The match starts at exactly 6:30pm. Following that the Black Stars has released their squad for the game.
As usual, Wallacot is in post. Deninis Odoi is also given a start in the defence. Baba Rahman and Alexander Djiku also partners as defenders.
Dede Ayew and his brother, Jordan Ayew are also given the nod to start. The Arsenal star Thomas Partey and Mohamed Kudus of Ajax sensation are also in the starting line up. Afena Gyan and Kalmaaden Sulemana completes the lineup.
Many Ghanaians have reacted to the lineup .
A user wrote;
"I think until the Ayew brothers retire from international football. They gonna play everyday. So can't one of them start from the bench
"We should start a strong lineup and prepare for the FIFA wold cup, look what the Coach is doing. every country is trying his best but we Ghana are playing." A user added.
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