After holding the Black Stars to a goalless game in Moroni in the first leg on Friday, the Les Coelecantes managed to prevent Ghana from hitting full gear before their own crowd with an impressive frustrating
tactics.

wpid-Mubarak-Wakaso-is-one-of-the-surviving-members.jpgMidfielder Mubarak Wakaso broke the deadlock in the 18th minute from a well taken free kick.
The Black Stars kept pressing hard, but could hardly find spaces behind the Comoran defence. Injured Jonathan Mensah had to make way for Daniel Amartey deep in the half.

The visitors were reduced to a numerical disadvantage in the second half when Omar Mdahoma was shown the exit door for a second bookable offence.

Highly criticized Jordan Ayew made it 2-0 for Ghana in the 85th minute when he picked a pass in the box to seal the deal for the Black Stars.

Haven’t qualified to the next phase, Ghana will be drawn together with other qualified teams into five groups.
Winners from their respective groups will book their coupon for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

By By El-Amisty Nobo/newsghana.com.gh

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