Ghana began their 2022 World Cup Qualifiers campaign with a slim win over the Walia ibex of Ethiopia at the Cape Coast Stadium on Friday, September,3 2021.
Mubarak Wakaso scored the only goal for the Black Stars with a long-range shot as goalkeeper Teklemariam Shanko let the ball pass through his hands after a bad bounce on 36th minute.
Although Ghana wasted a couple of set pieces, Ethiopia tried to make use of the wingers to penetrate the opponent’s area but the dangerous balls were cut off in three-quarters of the field.
Jeffery Shlupp was replaced by Daniel Kyere after an injury in 28 minutes.
The win places the Black Stars on top of Group G with points, ahead of Zimbabwe and South Africa with a point each.
Ck Akonnors men take on South Africa on Monday, September 6, 2021 at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.