This was announced on TV3 News 360 a few minutes ago by Daniela Allotey who liased with Thierry Nyann, the Journalist on the ground and currently monitoring and reporting events at the Cape Coast stadium where the match is currently being played.
According to the footage shown on the station, the Captain on the Ghanaian side, Andre Dede Ayew took a penalty and scored in favor of the Ghana Black Stars. It appears that the tactics operated by the technical bench is working and Sports Journalists are optimistic that the South African side are going to come back with a big counter attack in the second half.
Nonetheless, the Ghanaiam side are going to do their possible best to hold unto this current position of leading by a lone goal.
Yesterday, the Head Coach of the Senior National Team, Coach Milovan Rajevac and his technical bench were optimistic that his side would take the win in today's game.
He was emphatic that they are well prepared for the game and that, they are going to do their possible best to make sure that the country and the Black Stars for that matter qualify for the 2022 World Cup which would be the second time after it was first represented by the likes of Stephen Appiah, Sulley Muntari, Laryea Kinston, and the likes in 2010.
This is a match bound to determine the country's fate in the yet to be held 2022 World Cup which is bound to be hosted by the Qatar Republic.
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