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Unconvincing Ghana’s Black Stars lose lead twice against resilient Uganda.

By Sanchez Mar 30, 2024
Unconvincing Ghana's Black Stars lose lead twice against resilient Uganda.Unconvincing Ghana's Black Stars lose lead twice against resilient Uganda.
  • Opoku breaks the deadlock for Ghana
  • Mukwala equalizers, however Ayew gives Ghana the lead again
  • In the 82nd minute, Shaban levels the score for Uganda

    WHAT HAPPENED?

    The game started off at a sluggish pace, with much of the action confined to the midfield, lacking any significant threat. However, in the sixth minute, Jerome Opoku’s commanding header propelled Ghana into the lead.

    This goal appeared to spur Uganda into action as they sought to find the back of the net. Their efforts were rewarded when they were awarded a penalty, duly converted by Steven Mukwala, levelling the score at 1-1 after 23 minutes of play.

    Just as Uganda seemed to regain momentum, the Black Stars were awarded a penalty of their own three minutes later. Jordan Ayew successfully converted, giving Ghana a 2-1 lead, which they maintained heading into half-time.

    The second half was characterized by a stop-and-start rhythm, with fouls frequently interrupting the flow of play. Despite the back-and-forth nature of the match, Uganda managed to secure the equalizing goal via Muhammad Shaban in the 82nd minute, which they held to secure a 2-2 draw at full-time.

    THE MVP

    Jordan Ayew was instrumental in the Black Stars’ performance, contributing both an assist and a goal for his national team on the day.

    THE BIG LOSER

    As a collective, Ghana struggled to maintain their lead, which they managed to secure twice during the game.

    WHAT COMES NEXT?

    With the conclusion of the international break, the Black Stars’ upcoming test will arrive in June as they face Mali and Central African Republic in the Fifa World Cup qualifiers.

    Ghana currently occupies fourth position in Group I, having accumulated three points from two matches played.

By Sanchez

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