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Ghanaians applaud Milovan’s tactical display

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Serbian trainer, Milovan Rajevac, began his second stint as Black Stars Head Coach with an efficient 3-1 win over Zimbabwe at the Cape Coast Stadium.

The Black Stars needed victory in the race to qualify for Qatar 2022, after group rivals South Africa had beaten Ethiopia in the other group game.

The Black Stars started on the front foot, with some quick intricate passing which caused a few problems for Zimbabwe early on.

Ghana were immediately rewarded for their strong start when Ajax Amsterdam star, Kudus Mohammed finished neatly with his right foot after some good build up play involving himself, Jordan Ayew and Kamaldeen Sulemana.

Knowledge Musona stepped up and completely fooled debutant Jojo Wollacott to level the score line in the 49th minute.

Six minutes after the hour mark, Thomas Partey regained the lead for the team with a low strike into the near post. Andre Ayew gave the side a two goal cushion in the 87th minute via a header.

Ghana are now second on the Group G log with six points after three matches, just one point behind leaders South Africa. The Black Stars need to top the group to stand a chance of reaching the world stage for the first time since 2014.

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