MATCH REPORT: Ghana 3-1 Mauritania - Caleb Ekuban on target again as Black Stars whip Mauritania in friendly Featured
26 Mar

MATCH REPORT: Ghana 3-1 Mauritania - Caleb Ekuban on target again as Black Stars whip Mauritania in friendly

The Black Stars of Ghana managed to record a victory over Mauritania in an international friendly on Tuesday evening.

Ghana posted a 3-1 home win over Mauritania at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The senior national team of Ghana opened the floodgate in the early minutes of the match to frustrate the Mauritanians.
Striker Kwesi Appiah snatched the lead for the Black Stars from the spot as he struck the ball firmly into the back of the net on the 3rd minute.
The Black Stars continued to dominated the match in the before the half-hour mark with brilliant passes and fearsome attacks.
The back line of the Mauritanians prevent the Kwesi Appiah and Ernest Asante from netting more goals before the break.
On the stroke of halftime, Thomas Teye Partey was denied by goalkeeper Brahim Souleymane from extending the lead for Ghana.
After recess, Caleb Ekuban and Christian Atsu replaced Ernest Asante and Kwesi Appiah respectively.
Skipper Adama Ba restored the parity of the match on the 48th minute with a stunning free-kick which goalkeeper Lawrence Ati-Zigi was completely beaten.
Both teams tried their luck with audacious strikes as they searched for goals before the hour mark.
Substitute Caleb Ekuban scored his second goal for Ghana with his beautiful finish on the 70th minute.
Two minutes later, Thomas Partey completed their home victory with a superb strike after missing two goal glaring opportunities in both halves of the game.
Mauritania and Ghana have qualified to the 32nd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations which will be held in Egypt.
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