Ghana: FA President Commends Black Stars for Historic Win

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• Seven goals thriller show

• Issahaku’s stellar decisive goal

• President Simeon-Okraku applauds team

• Ghana Black Stars pride of the victory

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In a thrilling and relentless performance, the Ghanaian national team, the Black Stars, achieved a monumental victory over Central African Republic in a nail-biting 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifier.

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President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku, could not hide his elation as he showered praise on the team for their remarkable display on Monday at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

Hard fought victory in a 7 goals thriller show

The pulsating encounter saw Ghana trailing at points in the match but, with unwavering determination and resilience, they managed to clinch a breathtaking 4-3 victory over their Central African counterparts. The hero of the night was none other than Jordan Ayew, whose spectacular hat-trick left fans on the edge of their seats and showcased his exceptional skills on the field.

Issahaku’s stellar decisive goal

Additionally, Leicester City winger Abdul Fatawu Issahaku made a significant contribution to the team’s success with a decisive close-range finish that added to the goal tally and secured the much-needed win for Ghana. The electrifying atmosphere at the stadium was a testament to the team’s dedication and unity in the pursuit of victory.

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President Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku expressed his admiration for the Black Stars’ performance, emphasizing the importance of unity, teamwork, and perseverance in achieving success at the highest level of international competition. He commended the players, coaching staff, and support personnel for their commitment and hard work that culminated in this historic win.

President Simeon-Okraku applauds team

‘’On behalf of this country, I guess the sound from outside this premises tells all of us the enormity and the importance of this victory to Ghanaians. You guys have fought a good fight and gave it your all and you touched the hearts, and homes and souls of 30M+ Ghanaians today,’’ President Simeon-Okraku told the players after the game.

‘’We don’t have too much to say today but to say how grateful we are for the fight. I really thank you from the bottom of my heart for this victory. It is a very good one; let’s take the positives, all the positives that will come out of this game. I only came to say thank you, we appreciate you a lot,’’ he added.

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Ghana are now top of the Group I table with 9 points after three victories and one loss in the ongoing FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Ghana Black Stars pride of the victory

This victory not only boosts Ghana’s prospects in the ongoing FIFA World Cup qualifiers but also serves as a source of inspiration and pride for fans across the nation. The resilience and fighting spirit displayed by the Black Stars exemplify the spirit of Ghanaian football and its ability to overcome challenges to emerge victorious.

As the journey towards the FIFA World Cup 2026 continues, the Black Stars can draw strength from this memorable triumph and build on the momentum to achieve further success on the global stage. With the unwavering support of fans and the leadership of President Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku, Ghana’s national team is poised to make a lasting impact in international football and bring honor to the country.

The stellar performance of the Black Stars in their victory over Central African Republic stands as a testament to the exceptional talent and determination within the Ghanaian football community. President Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku’s commendation reflects the pride and enthusiasm shared by all supporters as the team continues to strive for excellence and success in the world of football.

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