Black Stars captain, Andre Ayew, wants Ghana to make history when they participate at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The Black Stars have been drawn in group H with familiar foes Uruguay and Portugal, with South Korea thrown in the mix.
Ghana’s best performance in their previous three appearances came in 2010 when they reached the quarter finals before exiting in controversial circumstances to Uruguay.
The 4-time African champions have an opportunity to avenge that defeat when they take on the South Americans in their last group game.
Ayew, who currently plays club football for Al Sadd in the World Cup host country, has vowed to give everything on the pitch to make an impact when the tournament kicks off in November this year.
“We are going to try and do everything positive to make our country proud and make sure that we leave everything on the pitch,” Ayew said.
Ghana’s first game at the World Cup is against Portugal on Nov 24, before they face South Korea on Nov 28. They will conclude the group stages with a rematch against Uruguay on Dec 2.