Black Stars striker Jordan Ayew marked his return to the squad because Kwasi Appiah yesterday beat Ethiopia 2-0 in Addis Ababa yesterday to raise the qualification for the African Cup in Africa in 2019 (AFCON), which will be issued in Cameroon
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Jordan's goal scored his international result of 14 goals in 51 appearances for Ghana after the last time he scored for the Black Stars during the African Nations Cup match against DR Congo in Gabon during AFCON 2017.
It took Swansea loanee just three minutes to break the deadlock when he was assisted by Harrison Afful defender with a long passage that stopped on the right and led the solo from the outside, and then rested the ball in the opposite direction. the goal of opening.
Playing against two forces – an opponent and a noisy supporter at the sports stadium in Addis Ababa, the Stars were ready to win, playing two games less in the group after canceling the meeting of two legs from Sierra Leone due to government interference in local football.
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Because they were behind Kenya in the group league logbook, Ghana entered the game ready to win.
They were rewarded in the third minute of the exchange with Ayew's beautiful solo effort. The attacker did it within 24 minutes.
A smart attack from striker Emmanuel Boateng in the area after skipper Andre Ayew released him and saw that Boateng was brought in an 18-meter field by goalkeeper Mamo.
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The resulting penalty kick meant that Ayew calmly defeated Ethiopia to increase the lead and score the second goal in the match.
Returning from the niche, the Ethiopians took the game by the neck and began attacking the area of the Star.
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The Ethiopians kept up the pressure and probed the goal, perhaps the goal of consolation, but the introduction of Afriyie Acquah in 58 minutes for Thomas