The Acting Head of Missions at the Ghanaian embassy in Zimbabwe, Barbara Addo, says Ghanaâ€™s remarkable showing at the World Cup, is something that all Africans should embrace and is optimistic the Black Stars will live up to expectation when they take on Uruguay in their quarter final showdown on Friday.
Ghanaâ€™s spell-binding performance at the World Cup continues to receive rave reviews on the African continent and beyond.
Addo, who is basking in the glory of Ghanaâ€™s remarkable achievement at the World Cup in South Africa, said the Black Stars have the required mental and physical strength.
Ghana, the only side from the continent still in the World Cup, are keen to get a positive result against Uruguay on Friday to certainly create history.
Â Addo reckons the Black Stars have what it takes to upstage the two-time World Cup winners and called on all local football followers to rally behind the Black Stars when they take to the field against the South Americans.
The Black Stars have already surpassed their previous mark at the tournament after reaching the round of 16 on their debut, four years ago in Germany and have now equaled Cameroon and Senegalâ€™s achievement in 1990 and 2002.