Ighalo and Osimhen says the super eagles will do anything on Tuesday to book their place in the world cup in Qatar.
The fact that Ghana has nothing to lose means the Eagles have to give their all to claim the Qatar 2022 ticket.
Two of the players tasked with getting the goals to beat Ghana on Tuesday, Odion Ighalo and Victor Osimhen have reiterated the fact that the second leg against the Black Stars will be a hard game but by God’s grace, the Super Eagles will qualify.
Speaking to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) TV, Ighalo said, “It is a home advantage for us but we are not going to sleep. It is going to be a difficult game, it is going to be a tough game. Ghana will come all out because they have nothing to lose so we just have to give our best-110 percent in the game on Tuesday, take our chances, fight from the start to finish till the final whistle.
“I have been there and I know what it feels like and I am looking forward by God’s grace to go to another one,” Ighalo added.
“Of course to get the World Cup ticket will mean a lot to this team,” Osimhen agreed, as Ighalo called on the God factor, “I know by God’s grace, we are gonna come out victorious,” reiterated Ighalo, whose goals qualified the Super Eagles for the 2018 World Cup.