Ghana on Tuesday secured her third World Cup qualification in 8 years, managing a 1:2 loss to the Pharaohs of Egypt, in a second leg match played at the Air Defence Stadium in Cairo.

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A qualification largely enhanced by a first leg 6:1 thrashing in Kumasi weeks ago, Ghana becomes the fourth African team to book a place, joining the likes of Nigeria, Cote D ?I voire, and Cameroon.

One goal in each half by the Egyptians unsettled the Black Stars for a greater part of the game, only for Kwesi Appiah?s men to regroup and recover strongly in the dying minutes of the game.

A goal by Schalke?s Kevin Prince Boateng in the 89 minute, sealed the night for the Stars.

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