- The victory by the Ghana Black Stars has got two young ladies feeling overly excited
- In a TikTok video, the ladies said they were emotionally invested in the game because they had staked a bet on it
- They thanked God for helping the Black Stars get a late winner in the game hence picking up all three points
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Two Ghanaian ladies could not hide their joy after the Ghana national team beat Angola at the Baba Yara Stadium in an African Cup of Nations qualifier.
Apparently, there was more at stake for them aside national pride and patriotism, as they had placed a bet on the game, hoping that Ghana would win.
In a TikTok video, one of the ladies admitted in an interview that the game created a lot of nerve-racking moments, adding that they almost gave up on the Black Stars.
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She revealed that they wanted to cash out on their earnings from other games but realised that they couldn't do so.
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Her friend also joined in to say they were thankful to God that the Black Stars picked up the win when it mattered most.
Semenyo speaks after scoring late winner
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Antoine Semenyo, the Black Stars player who scored the winning goal in Ghana's African Cup of Nations qualifier against Angola on Thursday, has been the talk of the town for his exceptional performance on the field.
Despite his good performance, Semenyo's post-match interview also had many people gushing over him.
Semenyo, who has lived abroad for a long time, spoke with a thick accent that caught the attention of many fans.
The football star's unique accent had many netizens, especially ladies, admiring the way he talks.
"It was an amazing feeling to score the winning goal for my country. I am proud to represent Ghana, and I hope to continue to make my country proud", he said.
Semenyo's accent, which was a mixture of British and Ghanaian, has become the topic of discussion on social media, with many people sharing their admiration for his unique way of speaking.
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