The Inter star's sensational season continues.Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari has continued his wonderful season, by helping to qualify the Black Stars to the knockout stages of the World Cup, despite losing 1-0 to Germany.
Muntari was a part of the treble-trophy winning Nerazzurri side, winning the Scudetto, Coppa Italia and Champions League.
"We were lucky to pass through to the next stage, despite losing," the star told Sportal. "This is football.
"It has been a fantastic season with Inter, and this is continuing with the national team. This success is one for all Africa to savour.
"We are on our own continent, and want to make a good impression.
"Against the United States [their opponents in the Round of 16], it will not be easy, as all the sides at the World Cup are full of champions."
The 25-year-old also spoke about the alleged bickering between him and coach Milovan Rajevac.
"I fought with the coach after the match against Australia because I was nervous. We had let a winnable match through our fingers.
"We have now made peace fir the good of Ghana," he concluded.
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