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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Black Stars beat Zambia Chipolopolo 4-1

Black Stars
Black Stars

The Senior National Team the Black Stars thumped the Chipolopolo of Zambia by 4-1 in an International Friendly played at the Leyton Orient stadium in London.

It was more of a Wednesday evening stroll at the park as the Stars tamed the Zambians scoring all four goals in the first half.

Sulley Ali Muntari on his return to the team, shot the Stars ahead, but the Zambians increased the tally with an own goal.

Haminu Dramani and Junior Agogo got a goal each.

The Zambians managed a face saving consolation also in the first half.

Both sides were ravaged by the absence of key players due to visa applications and injuries, but the Stars appeared more organised.

Samuel Inkoom proved a crucial inclusion on the right of attack as he set up three of the goals.

Stars skipper Stephen Appiah was given a rapturous applause when he made a belated appearance in the second half, at a time when the game had lost its steam, and both teams, particularly the Black Stars were playing to the gallery.

The game was to offer both Milovan Rajevac and his Zambian counterpart the opportunity to assess other players ahead of the 2010 World Cup qualifiers which resumes in September.

Story by Nathan Gadugah/Myjoyonline.com.Ghana

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