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Ghana Black Stars coach James Kwesi Appiah has revealed that the final group game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Egypt was meant to be a buildup exercise for the future.

Egypt held Ghana to a 1-1 draw in Cape Coast on Sunday after Mohammed Sikaballa opened the scoring for the Pharaoh’s on the hour mark before Edwin Gyasi equalized with a brilliant strike three minutes later.

The Head Coach of the Egyptian National Football team, the Pharaohs, Hector Cuper has attributed Egypt’s qualification to the Russia 2018 World Cup to hard work and philosophy of play.

Egypt ended their 28 year old wait for World cup appearance after amassing 12 points with 11goals in Group E.

Egypt held their rivals Ghana to a one–one draw in the last World Cup qualifiers at Cape Coast Stadium last Sunday despite booking a ticket to the World Showpiece next year.

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.

The Head coach of Ghana Black Stars James Kwesi Appiah says he was impressed with the performance his players put up on Sunday at the Cape Coast Stadium against Egypt in the last World Cup group stages qualifiers.

Kwesi Appiah fielded young and new players against the Pharaohs of Egypt who have already qualified to next year’s showpiece in Russia.

Nana Ampomah, Godfred Donsah and Edwin Gyasi all started for the Black Stars for the first time and head coach Kwesi Appiah says he is trying to build the team for future tournaments like the 2019 AFCON.

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”.

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