Ghana Kick out The Super Eagles of Nigeria to qualify to 2022 FIFA World Cup

The black Stars of Ghana triumphed over the Super Eagles of Nigeria after their second header World qualifier game ended in a stalemate at the Moshod Abiola Sports stadium in Abuja.

The tenth World Cup qualifier game between the two west African countries today, March 29, 2022, ended in a 1-1 draw and per the away goal rule The Black Stars of Ghana has qualified to the FIFA 2022 Qatar World Cup tournament.

Despite their first qualifier match in Kumasi ended in a goalless draw, the Stars went all out to qualify ahead of their counterparts after Partey’s 10th minute goal.

Though the Super Eagles managed to equalize the lead through Troost-Ekong’s 22nd minute penalty goal, yet the stars still qualifies in an away goal rule.

At this moment the Nigerians are weeping over the shock of not qualifying for the World Cup while Ghanaians are happy to qualify for the 2022 World Cup which is scheduled to be hosted in Qatar.

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