FIFA World Cup FIFA WCQ: Ghana Quest For Ticket Remain On Course As Burkina Faso Draw At Home

The Black Stars continued to produce results in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers as they defeated .

Following a thrilling comeback victory over Mali in Bamako last week, the Black Stars resumed their winning streak by defeating Central African Republic 4-3 in a closely contested match in Kumasi on Monday, June 10.

The Stallions, on the other hand, would be disappointed to have dropped points against Sierra Leone, who held them to a 2-2 draw in Bamako, Mali.

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There was also drama in Group G, where Mozambique upset Guinea with a close 1-0 victory to claim maximum road points.

Kumasi witnessed one of the Black Stars’ most spectacular encounters, as documented in the sides’ extensive histories.

The previous African champions hosted Central African Republic in a Group I match, which Ghana won 4-3.

Following his crucial late strike against Mali last week, Jordan Ayew picked up where he left off, scoring a hat-trick in a high-scoring and nerve-racking encounter that ended with Ghana winning all three points.

Meanwhile, Burkina Faso missed an opportunity to reduce the gap on table toppers Egypt after losing points at home in Bamako.

After taking a two-goal lead into the break, two errors in focus cost the Stallions precious points at home, as Sierra Leone rallied from behind to earn a 2-2 draw.

Guinea 0-1 Mozambique In another exciting match, the Mambas of Mozambique upset Guinea with a 1-0 loss thanks to a late goal by Geny Catamo, giving Mozambique all three points and tying them on nine points with Algeria, which has a stronger goal difference.

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