The Ghana Black Stars have shown the world that they are capable of winning everything. The team has played several matches recently but they weren't at their best. The team has risen again with outstanding performance against Zimbabwe by winning by three goals to one. The team played at home at the Cape Coast sports stadium.
The goal scorers for Ghana were Mohammed Kudus who scored an early goal for the team, Thomas Partey also scored at the 67th minute and finally the team's captain scored a late goal for the team.
Zimbabwe managed to score one and it was scored by Knowledge Musona from a penalty kick.
Ghanaians have really selected their man of the match after watching closely the full game. Below are some comments on social media.
Looks like there won't be just one player as the best choice for everyone. However, one key player's name appeared a lot of times. Mohammed Kudus really impressed Ghanaians today after an outstanding performance. Jordan Ayew also played well with accurate passes. The team generally did great.
Ghanaians wish the team plays and win each day like this. The road to the world cup is still narrow for the team despite winning.
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