Ghana's skipper Asamoah Gyan confirmed that the Black Stars would produce a strong performance on Tuesday when they face Comoros in the second-leg of the African World Cup qualifiers.
Ghana made an awful performance during their first-leg as they were held to a goalless draw by the hosts.
"Such things happen in football and we are really looking forward to the second leg," Gyan told Ghanasoccernet on Monday.
"Our target is to qualify to the next stage but we also want to put up a good performance on Tuesday to make our fans happy."
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