Wa All Stars forward Paul De-Vries Asare is optimistic of a second leg comeback for his after losing the first leg 3-1 in Tamale. The former Berlin Wonders auxiliary attacker tipped his side to atone for their missed chances with a resounding win in Tunis.
The skillful forward , who returned from injury to inspire the Ghanaian’s to their first ever league trophy, credited the Libyans for their clinical nature but failed to rule out his side from the competition. The Ghana Youth international urged Ghanaians not to neglect them in prayers as they embark on the mission impossible.
“It is a mission we compounded for ourselves on home soil.
“We could have killed the tie in the first leg but we wasted a lot of goal scoring opportunities in front of our fans .
“A resounding win in Tunis is the only way out now having been hammered in Ghana .
“As a group of players representing Wa All Stars and Ghana at large, we have no option but to raise high the flag of Ghana on Sunday “, Paul Asare told Sports Mail.
Richard Arthur scored the only goal for the Ghanaians in a 3-1 win for Ahly Tripoli in Tamale. The return leg is billed to come off on Tunisian soil on Sunday February 19, 2017 with the Ghanaians needing a 3-0 win to progress.