Black Stars midfielder Mohammed Kudus, has said that he does not believe Brazilian star player Neymar is better than him.
According to Kudus, he is as talented as the Brazilian captain is, except that Neymar is a high-profile player.
“He’s not better than me. He’s just a higher profile player, that’s all” — Kudus told Ghanaian journalist Gary Al-Smith in an interview.
The Ghanaian player, however, believes with hard work and determination he would get to Neymar’s level soon.
“What makes him better, for now, is that he has achieved a lot, but “I’ll get there soon.”
Kudus and Neymar first met in an international friendly match between the Black Stars and Brazil in September. Ghana was defeated 3-0.
Ghana’s Black Stars kick off their World Cup campaign against Portugal on Thursday, November 24 at 4 p.m. at Stadium 974 in Qatar (Rass Abou Aboud).
Kudus will very certainly meet another world superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. However, the Ghanaian player claims that the spirit in camp is positive and encouraging.
“We’ve not been great recently, but I know what I feel when I speak to the guys. The spirit is really great and this team will come good very soon,” he says. “Maybe not now, but very soon.”
Meanwhile, Black Stars captain Andre Dede Ayew has stated that the team is excited to face Portugal in their first group match at the ongoing World Cup in Qatar.
“We all know that if we are going to get into this game Portugal are the ones who are favourites on paper.
“But after, we have to show that on paper is not what will happen on the pitch so we are ready.
Dede believes the match against Portugal would be difficult, but the Black Stars will show their pedigree on the field for 90 minutes.
Glazers Family Announces The Sale Of Manchester United
Manchester United owners Glazer Family have announced the s selling of Manchester United following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Manchester United is reportedly for sale following Ronaldo’s departure from the club.
The billionaire Glazzer Family, worth an estimated $4.7 billion in a statement announced the sale of Manchester United yesterday that they would consider selling the club to other investors, even through a full-blown auction.
Most of the team’s fans are happy, as many had protested against the Glazzers family’s poor and diminished performance throughout their 17-year ownership of the club.