The Black Stars of Ghana on Sunday put in a lot of hard work in training as part of the preparations for the clash against Portugal this week.
Coach Otto Addo and his assistants are focused on preparing the boys to be ready for what will be a tough challenge against the quality European opponent.
Players engaged in a number of drills and showed a lot of commitment and readiness for the task ahead.
Below are some pictures from Sunday’s intensified training session at the Black Stars camp:
Ghana is one of five African countries representing the African continent at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The Black Stars are set to compete in Group H of the group stages of the tournament. In that group, Ghana will battle it out with two-time champions Uruguay, as well as European giants Portugal.
The other group’s opponent is South Korea from Asia.
With the 2022 FIFA World Cup already starting on Sunday, November 20, Ghana’s Black Stars will play their first match on November 24.
Subsequently, Ghana will take on South Korea on November 28 before finishing the group stages campaign with a rematch against Uruguay.