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Match Report: Ghana 3-1 Zimbabwe – Rajevac begins second spell with noteworthy win in World Cup qualifier

Milovan Rajevac will unquestionably be a cheerful man in the wake of getting his second spell responsible for Ghana looking great so far as Black Stars performed astonishingly well to serenely dispatch Zimbabwe.

The objectives came from fiery adolescent Mohammed Kudus, midfield dynamo Thomas Partey and commander Andre Ayew. The 3-1 scoreline was a genuine impression of the game, and it would have been terrible if the group had not won subsequent to ruling generally.

The outcome – just the second time Ghana has scored multiple objectives this year – implies the Black Stars stay one point behind South Africa who beat Ethiopia by a comparative scoreline prior in the day.

Rajevac’s side made an awesome beginning and it took them only five minutes to open the scoring. A splendid development that required around five players brought about Mohammed Kudus opening the ball through the legs of the rival and past the goalkeeper into the base left corner of the net.

Minutes after the fact, the Ajax midfielder was put through on objective by Kamaldeen Sulemana and ought to have made it two-nil. Yet, Kudus took shots directly at the Zimbabwe goalkeeper Washington Arubi.

Ghana proceeded to overwhelm and made two or three half-possibilities, while Zimbabwe battled to emerge from their own half. The Warriors attempted long balls in their bid to agitate the Black Stars safeguard however were ineffective.

After the restart, Ghana wound up on the back foot in the initial minutes. Protector Alexander Djiku surrendered a punishment which was unquestionably dispatched by Zimbabwe chief Knowledge Musona on 49 minutes.

Zimbabwe then, at that point, proceeded to hit the post through Knox Mutizwa’s staggering exertion from the edge of the container.

Rajevac detecting peril made two replacements, welcoming on Baba Iddrisu and Benjamin Tetteh for the drained 17-year-old Fatawu Issahaku and Jordan Ayew individually.

The replacements paid off as Andre moved to the right half of the assault and Partey had the privilege to wander into the adversaries half.

The Arsenal in one of his high squeezing captured and made a splendid run into the crate prior to hitting an eminent strike in the base right corner to reestablish Ghana’s lead in the 66th moment.

Ayew fixed the triumph with three minutes to end ordinary time as he headed into the net from short proximity.

Ghana will expect a comparative exhibition or better on Tuesday when they face Zimbabwe in Harare

Dasmani B Mohammed

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