Ghana advanced to the next round of 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers at the expense of South Africa on Sunday after a controversial penalty decision ultimately earned the Black Stars a narrow 1-0 win over Bafana Bafana in Accra.
Milovan Rajevac's outfit came into the match three points behind South Africa in the Group G standings but knew that a win by any margin would be enough to secure Ghana's progression to the final round of qualifiers.
The West African giants were awarded an early opportunity to make that happen after Rushine De Reuck was controversially adjudged to have fouled Daniel Amartey in the box by Sengalese referee Maguette Ndiaye.
This guy is talking about something that he knows it should have happened or it was going to happen. I we had score a goal they were going to get a second one, had we scored five goals they were going to get six penalties. They won the game even before they kicked the ball.
This tweet was posted long before the game, Ghana knows they paid for atleast 2 penalties.Hence the captain said there should have been more penalties, which aligns with the tweet that was posted before the game started.
So they paid that fraud referee for 3 penalties and he didn't deliver. You could see that he was nervous about not doing his job even when he took out that red card and his consciousness came and pretended as if it was a mistake.
Disgraceful coming from someone playing in one of the best leagues in the world.That was not a penalty,even in Kasi Sunday tournaments.Shame on you.But yeah I wish Ghana progress still,this Rick Flair has too much airtime.
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