Ghana and Aduana Stars Godfred Saka
Ghana and Aduana Stars defender Godfred Saka says he understand the herculean task awaiting them in Abidjan but was prepared to die for the nation.
Coach Maxwell Konadu?s side recovered from goal down to narrowly win 2-1 at home in the first leg encounter.
The nature of the closeness of the results in the first leg in Accra means there is still all to play for in the second leg in Abidjan.
?We know that there is a lot to play for in the second leg but we are ready for that,? Godfred Saka who played at right back in the game said
?It?s not going to be an easy game but if you want to qualify there are not easy games.?
?We have spoken and we are all ready to die for the nation.?
The second leg is expected to come off on the 30th of this month in the Ivorian capital of Abidjan.