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'Was That A Penalty?' Ghanaians Divided Over Black Stars Qualification Chances

Ghanaians are divided over the capabilities of Black Stars making it to 2022 World Cup in Qatar despite pipping Bafana Bafana of South Africa by a lone goal to qualify for play-offs yesterday. While some believe the team will pick up under Milovan Rajevac, others see the squad to be playing below expectations. 

“Tweaaaaa..shambolic performance on the side of the black stars! No striker in the team! We won by luck! We don't have a good striker mpo! Sad”

“I didn’t understand why he makes only two changes because I saw the assistant approached him several times to make a change buh he didn’t mind them .Dede and Jordan were tired so u should have brought in Fatau and Edmund Addo so that they can make the runs like kamadeen.”

“Let's put CK behind bars first for causing heart attacks and wastage of state resources b4 think about the play off. That CK guy is the biggest scam for the blackstars.”

“Yes he can just look at yesterdays match perfect coaching”

“Why no am seeing it clear that he can now do the job for Ghana because looking at the first half of the game and the second half there was a clear difference meaning he changes his tactics so am seeing as one who can help us to reach the top again.”

Coach Milovan Rajevac and his players progressed to 2022 World Cup Play-off following a 1 - 0 win over Bafana Bafana of South Africa. The former Swansea City and West Ham United forward Dede Ayew scored the only goal via the spot for his side. Ghana was awarded penalty after Rushine De Reuck had pulled Leicester City defender Daniel Amartey in the box, which was expertly converted by skipper Dede Ayew in the 33rd minutes. 

Captain Ronwen Williams and colleagues had begging chances to pulling even on several moments but lavished those glorious moments. 

Ghana tied with South Africa on 13 points but had their way through number of goals scored. After a goal difference of 4, Ghana had scored 7 goals while South Africa had scored 6. This means coach Milovan Rajevac and his lads will take charge of Group G as winners, while South Africa will have to wait for another opportunity to compete for World Cup slot. 

Meanwhile, the jostle for World Cup ticket is far from over as ten teams are set for play-off next year.

Content created and supplied by: Abdul-Jalilu (via Opera News )

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