Osman Bukari speaks about his future with Black Stars
Red Star Belgrade star Osman Bukari says he will continue to work hard in order to maintain his place in the Black Stars.
The winger who has been in a rich vein of form this season made the Black Stars squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
He registered his name on the scoresheet when Ghana lost 3-2 to Portugal in the World Cup opening game.
Since making his debut for the national team, he has racked up two goals for the four-time African Champions.
Speaking to BYT Sports TV, the former Accra Lions winger expressed he will continue to work hard to keep his place in the national team.
“It will depend on me, how I perform at club level. I will continue to work hard to keep my place in the team because the national team is a big platform”
“I will keep on working hard to maintain my place in the team. I proved I can do something for the nation in previous call ups”
The Black Stars were eliminated after the first round of the tournament following a 2-0 defeat to Uruguay.
After defeating South Korea in their second group game, the Black Stars needed a draw or win against Uruguay to advance to the last 16 stage.
But the team failed to negotiate for points against their ‘enemies’ Uruguay.
Ghana made a strong start to the game, but fell apart after captain Andre Ayew missed a penalty in the 21st minute, a repeat of what happened in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
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