Super Eagle striker Emmanuel Dennis has given the fans a huge confidence ahead of their clash against Ghana in Abuja.
Nigeria will earn a place in the world cup 2022 if they manage to secure a victory over the black stars today.
The Super Eagles couldn’t earn a win during the first leg last week in Kumasi. Ghana will face Nigeria in MKO Abiola National Stadium in Abuja tonight.
Watford striker Emmanuel Dennis, who is under consideration for a spot in the starting lineup, has vowed that the players are ready to drop blood and sweat on the pitch for world cup ticket.
Emmanuel Dennis Press Conference
“These games are the biggest games of my life and my career. We must go all out for our country. It’s do or die. Players must be ready to drop our blood and sweat on the pitch to qualify for the World Cup,”
“I’ve never thought in my head that we didn’t qualify. Impossible. If I’m going to die on the pitch, let me die playing for my people.
You play this tournament one time every four years, and before the four years, you don’t even know what can happen. You can even die before the next one.
“You might not even be playing football. So many things can happen. So, if you get the opportunity, you need to write history. We have to come out and give everything.
“We don’t need all the criticism as we must all come together as one to support the players, the country and make sure we are the ones going to the World Cup and not our opponent.”
What promise did Emmanuel Dennis made?
“Did you see the crowd at our training session? You could see how happy they were to come watch us train,” Dennis, who came on as a second-half substitute in the first meeting, continued.
“We cannot let them down. They should not panic, but believe in us because we are going to leave it all on the pitch for them.”
Super Eagle and Napoli forward Victor Osimhen also promised to make the difference despite the pressure on them.