The winning goal was scored by Thomas Partey in the 31st minute of the match despite the BlackStars dominance in the first half.
The Black Stars beat Zimbabwe 1-0 in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers held in Harare.
Addressing the media after the match, newly appointed Coach Milovan Rajevac stated that Ghana now has nine points. The team accumulated three points earlier and an additional six points after winning the match yesterday.
"As you all know, this was my first camp for Ghana after I came back so I'm very grateful to everybody here, my players, medical department, equipment, GFA. We all did this together. I felt massive support from everybody and I really feel happy to have managed to accomplish and win these two matches to get 6 points so we can still be selected for the World Cup."
Coach Milovan Rajevac further praised the players for their hard work in both matches.
"This match was hard as the previous one and I want to congratulate my players for their performance, congratulate them for fighting and for their desire because these matches were very tough", Coach Rajevac added.
The Black Stars will face Ethiopia and South Africa in upcoming matches which will decide their fate on whether they will qualify to Qatar 2022 or not.
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