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It's all over Andrew Dede Ayew confirms the phrase, “it is not over until the fat lady sings”.

It's all over Andrew Dede Ayew confirms the phrase, “it is not over until the fat lady sings”

Regardless of the skeptical penalty awarded to Ghana in yesterday's game against South Africa. Abedi Pele's son Andrew Ayew he is happy with the results, and he says referee's mistakes sometimes win you games. People are free to make their views, but can you imagine if the same penalty was awarded to the visitors, we would be telling a different story. Andrew Ayew is the man who stood up for Ghana and convert the penalty.

South African football lovers are not happy with how things turned out in yesterday's game against Ghana. The Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos said he's happy how the boys performed, even though it was an aggressive game and the referee allowed that to happen.


He continued with the praise of his boys for an exceptional performance throughout the WC qualifiers, but disappointed with a lose. Hugo Broos concluded by stating the fact about officiates who made things difficult for them to win or draw the game. The penalty was too soft and Ghana capitalized with the referee's mistake.

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