Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac says the team is ready to handle pressure in their bid to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The Black Stars face off with Zimbabwe on Tuesday at the National Sports Stadium in Harare in a must-win game.
Milovan Rajevac said for the team to make the World Cup they must learn how to cope with pressure.
“In this kind of job and especially in this kind of situations you have to learn how to manage the pressure”, he said at the pre-match conference.
“For us it is a must win match and every next match is the most important and hardest match so let’s take one step at a time.
“We have confidence and so we will learn how to handle the pressure because if you cannot handle pressure, you can’t succeed in this game. It is something that we have to cope with and I think we will do that successfully”.
Ghana must beat Zimbabwe to enhance their chances of progressing out of the group.
South Africa host Ethiopia in the other group game in Johannesburg later today.
South Africa leads the table with seven points, Ghana on six points, Ethiopia on three points and Zimbabwe last on the table with one point.