In a bold move to address criticisms of a perceived lack of firepower in the Black Stars’ attack, Chris Hughton has opted for an attacking juggernaut in the starting lineup against Madagascar on Friday.
Inaki Williams, Antoine Semeny and Jordan Ayew will operate in a front three at the Baba Yara Stadium, signaling Hughton’s intent to bolster the team’s scoring capabilities.
While Mohammed Kudus has been planted behind them in a playmaker role to make sure they get the required service to deliver.
As fans eagerly anticipate the outcome of this strategic shift, Hughton’s decision adds an element of excitement and anticipation to the 2026 World Cup qualifiers which is scheduled to kick off at 4pm.
The spotlight now shines on whether the attacking trio can deliver the firepower needed to propel the Black Stars to victory and silence the critics who have questioned their potency in front of goal.
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