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Arsenal’s Thomas Partey, Ajax’s Mohammed Kudus, and captain Andre Ayew were on the score sheet as black stars beat Zimbabwe by 3:1 at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
Black stars new head coach MIovan Rajevac rescue his first win at the cape cost sports stadium to bring the Black stars to winning ways.
The back stars are second in Group G with 6 points as South Africa, leads the group with 7 points. Ethiopia is third on the table with three points, while Zimbabwe lies bottom with one.
It took only five minutes for Ghana to break the deadlock as the Ajax talisman Kudus Mohammed fired a shot from just outside the box into the net after playing a neat one-two with Jordan.
The warriors were awarded a penalty at the 47th minute after Alexander Djiku tripped Knox Mutizwa in the box.
Captain Musona stepped up and calmly sent Wallocott the wrong way to level the score.
The black stars were back in the game with a slow shot by the Arsenal Mildfilder Thomas Partey to put Ghana ahead to 2:1 scorelines.
Three minutes to full-time, Ayew dressed things up for the Black Stars, heading home from a teasing ball from Baba Rahman to make it 3-1.
Both teams are expected to play again
in the reverse fixture in Harare on Tuesday.