SuperSport United’s Ghanaian defender, Edwin Gyimah, has warned his nation that their tie against Egypt is all but over.
The two nations go head-to-head next week as the Black Stars look to cement a place at the 2014 World Cup having won the first leg 6-1.
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However, while the Matsatsantsa man says his team’s fate is in their own hands, he is adamant that they won’t be taking the game lightly.
Speaking to the club’s website he said, “We have to be wary of complacency and not allow this opportunity to go to waste. We are approaching this game with all the seriousness it deserves. Everything is possible so we won’t let this chance slip through our fingers.
“The approach is strictly professional. The Egyptians are a good side, which makes the encounter far from over. We have our destiny in our hands. We will do our best to beat them.”
Should Ghana make it to Brazil, they would then be on their way to their third consecutive World Cup finals.
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