Mark Addo, the vice president of Ghana’s football governing body has said that the Black Stars will not be under any pressure when they Angola on Monday as they were at Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Thursday.
He is of the opinion that the team was under pressure from the expectations of the vociferous supporters in Kumasi as they beat the Palancas Negras in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
The Black Stars will travel to Luanda for the second leg on Monday.
The football administrator Mark is confident playing away from home will give the players more freedom to play.
He told Asempa FM that the balance was a little bit off but later when the changes were made, the team settled.
He stated further that he thinks you saw glimpses of what the team did in Qatar. When we go to Angola, the pressure will be a little off and the players will be freer to play their game.
Mark Addo concluded that if Angola also wants the win, it means they have to come out, then we will be in a position to exert ourselves in the game.
The win means Ghana leads Group E with seven points from three games and will face Angola in the reverse fixture on Monday in Luanda.