Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Abject Humiliation: Egypt Mauled 6-1 By Ghana

                                Gyan

Match Review: Ghana 6-1 Egypt~World Cup Play Offs First Leg

Today was such a bad day for the Pharaohs, as they had their asses mercilessly whooped by the Black Stars.
The match began with an early chance for the Black Stars to score, but Asamoah Gyan feeble effort was thwarted by keeper Ekrami. Early pressure mounted on the Egyptians showed that Ghanaians were fully ready to win the game.

5 minute into the match, Ghana took the lead when goal-thirsty Asamoah Gyan fired a wide unopposed shot past keeper Ekrami into the net.
The whole of Kumasi was engulfed with shouts of joy.

Black Stars early goal threw the Egyptians into utter confusion, they were unable to play fluent football as their defence line was full of stuttering and blunders.
An own goal was scored by Wael Gomaa of Egypt, who was bamboozled by the Essien's prowess.

35 minute on, Naguib wasted Egypt's first scoring chance, with his header from point blank range that went agonizingly high over the bar.

It wasn't too long when Egypt's Salah earned a penalty kick that was converted to a goal by Egypt's veteran playmaker Abou-Treika. The visitors joy was immediately cut of when Waris headed home a diagonal free kick which gave Ghana their two-goal lead some minutes close to the half time.

Ghana's fourth goal came around 52nd minute in the second half, when Gyan headed from close range into Egypt's goal.

The Black Stars earned a penalty kick in the 71 minutes of the second half, which was scored by Muntari
Ghana substitute Atsu scored the last goal in the dying minutes, giving the Black Stars a clear 6-1 win over Egypt.