MATCH REPORT: Black Stars thrash Asante Kotoko in a friendly Featured
12 Oct

MATCH REPORT: Black Stars thrash Asante Kotoko in a friendly

Coach Kwesi Appiah's side recorded a heavy victory over Asante Kotoko in a friendly on Friday evening.
 
The match was organized after Ghana's 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone which was to be staged in Kumasi was cancelled.
 
Black Stars inflicted a 3-0 defeat on Asante Kotoko in friendly at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
 
The senior national team of Ghana dominated the first department of the match as they managed to register one goal.
 
Trio in midfield Afriyie Acquah, Isaac Sackey and Bernard Mensah distributed brilliant passes among themselves to mount pressure on the Ghana Premier League side.
 
Nantes FC striker Majeed Abdul Waris broke the deadlock with a cool finish on the 21st minute of the game.
 
Songne Yacouba and Obed Owusu tried their lucks as they were searching for the equaliser but their strikes were cooled by goalkeeper Felix Annan.
 
The first half ended in a 1-0 victory in favor of Coach Kwesi Appiah charges.
 
Back from the break, the Black Stars of Ghana continued their impressive performance as they extended the score with another two goals.
 
Substitute Emmpanuel Boateng who plays for Levante UD in the Spanish La Liga doubled the score for the Black Stars after connecting a pass from Mubarak Wakaso.
 
Newcastle United winger Christian Atsu sealed their 3-0 victory with a superb strike on the 52nd minute.
 
In the dying embers of the match, Asante Kotoko introduced Stephen Nyarko and Naby Kieta as they mounted pressure on the the back line of the Black Stars but their efforts couldn't earn them a consolation goal.
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