The Black Stars of Ghana, led by Milovan, defeated Zimbabwe 3-1 in Group G of Qatar’s 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers at the Cape Coast Stadium; maintained second spot after South Africa.
The four-time champions who made their first appearance in Germany’s 2006 World Cup are on the run to qualify for the Qatar 2022 World Cup after failing to appear in their fourth World Cup in Russia.
Just five minutes into the first half, Mohammed Kudus pulled a trigger laid by Jordan Ayew to break the deadlock of the game.
Marumo Gallants safest pair of hands [The Warriors’] Washington Arubi saved the day after Mohammed Kudos’ drill failed to double the lead when Zimbabwe’s defence went to sleep, leaving the Black Stars to shine in their darkness.
The Black Stars failed to utilize their few chances despite being forced out by the warriors in the end-to-end action. Ghana had a 1-0 lead to end the first half.
Back from the recess, the warriors fought back to get into the box of the stars, forcing Alexander Djiku to take down Knox Mutizwa. Knowledge Masuna’s spot kick left Jojo Wallocot watching stars leveled scores at the Cape Coast Stadium.
Jordan Zemura’s shot could only hit the poles, as substitute Benjamin Tetteh failed to utilize a clear chance. Partey, after 65 minutes, scored the second goal to push the Stars ahead again as the supporters chanted for victory.
Three minutes before full time, Dede Ayew scored the fourth goal of the game. The Black Stars maintained their second position in the table after South Africa, who earlier defeated Ethiopia 3-1.