Nigeria vs Ghana: Lookman predicts 2022 World Cup playoff second leg tie
Ademola Lookman of Leicester City has anticipated another tense match between the Super Eagles and Ghana's Black Stars on Tuesday.
Lookman made his Super Eagles debut against Ghana in the first leg of the World Cup qualifying playoff on Friday in Kumasi.
The forward, who was born in England, confessed that he has never witnessed anything like the rivalry between the two countries.
The match, which drew over 60,000 spectators, finished in a tie, and the rematch will take place on Tuesday at Nigeria's Moshood Abiola Stadium.
"It was a dream come true to make my debut for the Super Eagles," the Leicester forward, who is on loan from RB Leipzig, told Complete Sports.
"The atmosphere in Kumasi Stadium was incredible; I've never witnessed anything like it."
"It's going to be another difficult game, another battle, another fight," he added of the second leg.
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