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Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah speaks about the Lesotho win and September’s tie against Zambia
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah expresses delight after his side’s victory over Lesotho in the 2014 World Cup qualifier and also looks ahead in the Group D final tie against Zambia in September.
Below is an interview after the game in Maseru.
The Black Stars edged Lesotho thanks to goals from Christian Atsu and Captain Asamoah Gyan.
How do you feel after win over Lesotho?
We knew that it was going to be tough playing them in their home ground. Luckily the players played according to our plans and in the end it worked out well.
Do you feel that your team has the advantage over Zambia to qualify for the next round of the qualifiers?
It is not yet over. There is so mush to play for in the remaining match. We should remain focused and do not get carried away.
How important was the match against Lesotho?
It was very important. We put everything aside to prepare for these crucial World Cup qualifiers ...
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