We are prepared for the second leg game against Comoros – Gyan

Updated: November 15, 2015

Asamoah GyanBlack stars captain Asamoah Gyan says his mates have put away Friday’s goalless drawn game against Comoros behind them and are well prepared to win at all cost in the second leg match.

“We took time to watch some of their videos before the match so we knew it will be a difficult game because they are very good at defending”

“Things like this normally happen in football but we are not much bothered because its past and gone, we are really looking forward to the second leg game in kumasi”

“Our main target now is to qualify to the next stage but we also want to put up a good performance in other to make our fans happy”, Asamoah Gyan said in an interview with Ghanafa.org.

Comoros Islanders put up a tough display to hold the Black Stars to a goalless draw in Moroni in the first leg tie and will come into the second encounter with a chance of qualifying to the next stage.

Asamoah Gyan who was brought into the game with just 10 minutes to end proceedings, is very confident that the Black Stars will win the return encounter which has been scheduled for Tuesday November 17 at the Baba Yara Stadium in kumasi.

Ezekiel Azure Zion is a sports writer and a blogger who loves what he does.

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