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2026 World Cup Qualifiers: Winning every game is the ultimate goal – Mohammed Kudus ahead of CAR clash

Ghana forward Mohammed Kudus emphasized that winning every match is their team’s ultimate objective.

The 23-year-old shared this sentiment ahead of the Black Stars’ fourth match in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers against the Central African Republic, scheduled for tonight at the Baba Yara Stadium.

Following a crucial victory against Mali in their third qualifying match in Bamako last weekend, Kudus reiterated their unwavering belief in securing wins.

“Our aim has always been to win every game,” Kudus told the press. “That belief has been constant, even if it hasn’t always been evident in our recent performances.”

He continued, “Our ultimate goal is to qualify for the World Cup. Whatever steps we need to take to achieve that, we are committed to doing. Our coach has his philosophy and style of play, but in some matches, we have to fight hard for the win. The most important thing is to earn three points in each game because every match is crucial.”

Currently, Ghana is third in Group I with six points. They aim to secure consecutive wins as they face the Central African Republic tonight. The match kicks off at 19:00 GMT.

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