In a post-match reaction following the recent game, where he secured the Man of the Match award, Mohammed Kudus expressed a mix of feelings about the outcome in an interview with GFA. While commending his team for their hunger, fighting spirit, and enthusiasm, Kudus acknowledged the need to learn from certain mistakes that led to conceding goals.
Looking forward, Kudus emphasized the team’s mentality shift towards the upcoming match against Mozambique on Monday. He urged his teammates to set aside the mixed feelings from the previous game, praising their collective energy and determination against a formidable side like Egypt.
When questioned about Ghana’s chances of qualifying from the group, Kudus remained optimistic, emphasizing the team’s focus on securing three points in the last game. He highlighted the evident fighting spirit and energy displayed by the team, emphasizing the need to intensify efforts in the upcoming crucial fixture.
Addressing the overarching goal, Kudus stressed the team’s ultimate aspiration to lift the trophy but acknowledged the importance of taking it one game at a time. He emphasized the need to stay focused on immediate objectives and not look too far ahead.
As the team shifts its focus to the next game, Kudus outlined a game-by-game approach, aiming for the three points in each encounter. He reiterated the team’s commitment to bringing the trophy home, underscoring the importance of maintaining a focused mindset.
Responding to a question about Mohamed Salah leaving the pitch injured, Kudus expressed sympathy for the top player’s situation but emphasized that the team maintained the same mentality, regardless of his presence. Kudus wished Salah a speedy recovery while emphasizing the team’s dedication to their game plan.
As Ghana continues its journey in the tournament, Mohammed Kudus remains a pivotal figure, offering insights into the team’s mindset and aspirations for success.