Ghana won its second friendly match against Qatar with a whopping 5:1 scoreline under the new Black Stars' coach CK Akonnor.
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This came only a few days after the Black Stars where whipped 3:0 by Mali in a match that got many Ghanaians criticising the team and the new coach.
After the resounding victory against Qatar, Kofi Kinaata, a celebrity Ghanaian musician and Things Fall Apart hitmaker, asked the general public what they made of the performance of the Black Stars.
Comments came pouring in.
See Kinaata's post below:
Frimpong Benny claimed that Ghana won with a good performance but Qatar was a weak team.
Qwadwø Yebøah sought to advise Ghanaians against their staunch criticism of the Black Stars, as he reminded everyone that the men need the support of the nation to perform well.
According to Nana Savio, the Qatar team was full of part-time footballers and Ghana should not be happy after winning them.
Adela Kriss said the Black Stars did really well and Ghanaians should join hands to support them and not otherwise
Lexis Kyle Wayne hilariously said that the only way the Ghana team can prove to Ghanaians they are good enough for competitions is to call Mali back and score them.
Sly Fiifi Peters also pointed out that Ghana's performance was complete and they truly deserved the win they got
Nana Boakye Nhyiraba opined that the Black Stars did far better on the day than was seen in their encounter with Mali
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported in a separate report that renowned Ghanaian footballer, Kevin-Prince Boateng, has vowed to start using boots that are branded with the tag 'Black Lives Matter'.
YEN.com.gh sighted the rather powerful and interesting post on the verified Twitter handle of renowned Ghanaian skipper who signed to play with AC Monza beginning on September 28, 2020.
According to the half-brother brother of German international, Jerome Boateng, he is never going to stop promoting the movement with the boots because it means a lot to him.
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