Ghana massacre Guinea 3-0

Christian Atsu

Ghana’s Christian Atsu

from JEAN OSCAR-PIERRE in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
MALABO, (CAJ News) – SUPERCHARGED Ghana national soccer team stormed into the semi-final of the African Cup of Nations following a 3-0 massacre of hapless Guinea in a scintillating quarterfinal encounter at Estadio de Malabo on Sunday.

Guinea, who appeared confused, especially the reckless goalkeeper Naby Yattara, was shown red card following senseless crude tackles on Asamoah Gyan in the 91st minute.

But back to the field of action, Ghana grabbed a brace through Christian Atsu with Wakaso Mubarak finding the third one in a one sided Afcon tie following a clever back pass from Andrew Ayew.

Appiah, who was in an uncompromising mood on Sunday for the Black Stars was further chosen man of the match following his sterling performance that earned his country the much appreciated victory.

Had it not been for the rough play implemented by Guinea, Ghana could have won the match by a bigger margin considering their flawless football.

Though Gyan and Ayew did not find the target, their contributions were immense in that they kept the Guinea defence on their toes each time they were in possession of the ball.

Gyan, mesmerised the Guinea defence with his sudden burst of speed, supporting fellow front runners as well as marking the ball whenever lost possession.

The Ghana match approach worked very well in favour of the Black Stars as they cruised to the semi-final stage, in a match full action.

Guinea’s Abdoul Camara and Fode Camara played their hearts-out though the full squad found the going tough.


– Braimah, Afful, Rahman, Boye, Mensah, Wakaso, Acquah, Atsu, Dede, Appiah, Gyan.

– Yattara, Sankoh, Paye, Fofana, Camara, Conte, Cissé, Constant, Sylla, Razzagui Camara, Traoré.

– CAJ News

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