Tactically disciplined; the key to our victory- Asamoah Gyan.

Captain of the Black Stars; Asamoah Gyan says the difference between their first game against Congo in Kumasi and the second in Brazaville is that, unlike the first leg, they were tactically disciplined and composed till the final whistle in the second leg.



The former Liberty Professionals star stated in an interview that, though he was missing in action due to injury but the young boys who had the opportunity to play showed they are hungry for success.
“we have got a lot of angry players who are eager to die for the nation. Though it’s the beginning, we have to keep supporting them.”

According to the Kayserispor striker, Kwesi Appiah had it right by selecting those lads to represent the Nation because, they are the future.
“today’s victory is good; it will encourage the new boys to work harder because, they are the future of the nation right now.”

Ghana after their 1-1 draw in Kumasi against Congo managed a 5-1 win in the second leg in Brazaville against the Congolese. With two matches go in the World Cup Qualifiers, Egypt lies on top of the group ‘E’ with 9 points; Uganda, 7 points; Ghana, 5 points; Congo, 1 point.
*WrYta Amenyoh Raphael*

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