The Black Stars of Ghana has received a whopping amount of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) after placing third in the Kirin cup. The Black Stars during today's early morning game with Chile suffered two red cards leaving only nine men on the pitch but the Ghanaian side was able to hold their opponent till penalty shootout. The match which was played between Chile and Ghana was mainly for the third position and Ghana has made it even though some of the players were not on camp including the leader (couch), Otto Addo.
Goal keeper, Abdul-Manaf Nurudeen made three saves which made Ghana to win 3-2 on penalties. After the game, the Black Stars of Ghana receives their third position prize of $50,000. That is a good step for the national team and we say congratulations for winning the third position.
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