Stars reciprocate love from Ghanaians with victory over South Africa

Ghana’s senior national team, the Black Stars reciprocated the love from Ghanaians with a 2-0 victory over their South African counterparts in the ongoing 2021 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

The new administration of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), upon assumption of office, started a campaign to win back the love of Ghanaian soccer fans after the popular game in the country was hit with a massive scandal.

The passion-igniting campaign hash-tagged ‘#BringBackTheLove’ for the Black Stars, the various national teams as well as local soccer in the country seems to have caught up well with Ghanaians who thronged the Cape Coast Stadium in their numbers to support the Black Stars to victory.

This was after the players, coaches and executives took center stage in the campaign and appealed to soccer fans in the country to rally behind them again.

The Stars were coasting to victory over the Bafana Bafana of South Africa to bring back the smiles on the faces of their fans thanks to midfielder Thomas Partey’s 35th minute long range effort.

Ghana dominated play in the second half after substitute Kudus Mohammed capped his debut with a beautiful curler in the 80th minute to take the game beyond the reach of the South Africans.

The Stars are expected to continue their blistering form when they play as guests of São Tomé and Príncipe on Tuesday.
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