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Ghana Black Stars nimble midfielder, Edwin Gyasi, has expressed his contentment to have scored his first international goal for Ghana on Sunday 12th November, in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Egypt in Cape Coast.

Gyasi who had a good game and caused the Egyptians so many problems shot from outside the area which deflected off Ali Gabr into goalkeeper Ekramy's net.

Speaking after the game, Gyasi said, “I am happy to score my first goal for my country and this will boost my morale and confidence playing for the national team”.

The Official principal sponsor of Premier League football club Ashantigold, West Ham United and Ghana’s largest sports betting company, Betway last Friday held a forum for addressing issues faced by patrons of the Betway services in Cape Coast.

The motive behind the town hall meetings according to the officials is another innovative step by Betway to connect with Ghanaian users, giving them a platform to air any queries and to help improve the Betway service as a whole.

Officials present, listened and addressed the concerns from Betway customers.

Kassim, Donsah and Amponsah in Ghana XI against Egypt

Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah has named a youthful side in his starting eleven to face Egypt in Sunday's World Cup qualifier with Kassim Nuhu, Godfred Donsah and Nana Ampomah handed starting roles.


The vice chairman for Black Stars Management Committee, Wilfred Osei Palma has blamed Israel international and former coach of the Black Stars, Avraham Grant as the cause of the Black Stars’ failure to qualify for Russia 2018 FIFA World cup competition.

The Captain is struggling for fitness ahead of the Black Stars clash with the Pharaohs and may be forced to watch from the sidelines on Sunday.

Asamoah Gyan could miss Ghana's last 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Egypt after he left Tuesday's training session complaining of pain in his thigh.

The Kayserispor striker left training early and will travel to Accra on Thursday to undergo further test to ascertain the severity of the injury.

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