The Black Stars midfielder believes the four-time African champions can win against the Pharaohs in Cairo
Injured Ghana midfielder Rabiu Mohammed is optimistic that the Black Stars can defeat the Pharaohs on Tuesday in the Brazil 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifier in Cairo.
The midfielder, who is recovering from injury, is well convinced that there will be no comeback for the seven-time African champions after Ghana recorded a 6-1 win in the first-leg.
“I will urge every Ghanaian to pray for the team, we can go and win in Egypt,” Rabiu told Konongo-based Kings Radio.
“We will go to the World Cup, Egypt cannot be a stumbling block. I have spoken with my team-mates and they are well poised for the game and going all out like the first game.”
Rabiu is expected to fully recover soon and start playing again for both club and country after two months injury lay off.