Ghana left-back Baba Rahman has expressed his ambition to win the Uefa Champions League.
Chelsea lost 2-1 away to Paris Saint-Germain in the round of 16 first leg last Tuesday, but can turn it around at home at Stamford Bridge in the return.
“It’s a big moment and it’s a dream come true for me because I was always hoping and praying to get myself here, to playing a Champions League game and it will be brilliant to win it,” Baba Rahman spoke to Chelsea’s official website.
“For me, it’s a big bonus and I’m really looking forward to playing more games and trying to win the Champions League trophy.
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“When I was young, I used to watch it a lot, and when the Champions League comes and it’s on TV, everybody in Africa, and especially Ghana just runs to all the TVs to watch the games. Lots of people gather together.”
Then Rahman spoke about the impact Michael Essien made on Ghanaians, inspiring a whole new generation.
“Lots of people watch the games from England, and I can say it’s the English Premier League that is the most dominant,” Baba continued.
“The satellite we had showed mostly the Premier League, and I can say as well that many Ghanaians are supporting Chelsea, especially because of Michael Essien.”