Black Stars defender, Baba Abdul Rahman, has praised Ghanaian supporters for their huge gesture of support during the double-header World Cup qualifiers against Zimbabwe.
Thomas Partey’s stunning freekick to beat the Warriors in Harare completed back-to-back wins to Ghana within Group C in the qualifying matches.
Rahman, who was pivotal during both games, thanked the fans of the senior national team.
“Alhamdulillahi for the 3 points 🇬🇭🤲
Thanks to the fans for the support, It helped us all the way.💪💪💪”
Alhamdulillahi for the 3 points 🇬🇭🤲
Thanks to the fans for the support, It helped us all the way.💪💪💪 pic.twitter.com/15vJSJtOsi
— baba abdul-rahman (@babarahmangh) October 12, 2021
The wins keep Ghana at the second position in the group, ahead of the final stages in the month of November, which will include matches in the group stage against Ethiopia and South Africa in Addis Ababa as well as South Africa in Cape Coast.
The Black Stars are hoping for their return to the international stage after being left out of this year’s World Cup in Russia.
Ghana’s most impressive performance at the Mundial took place in 2010, under the guidance of coach Milovan Rajevac. The coach has begun his second spell on a bright note.