CCTV footage has shown the man who stole Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan’s $10,000 and Sulley Muntari’s expensive wristwatch from their hotel rooms while they were playing in a World Cup qualifier in Lesotho on Sunday.
The man could be seen emerging from the rooms with a bag containing what he stole from the two richest players in the Ghana squad in the video which was posted on Facebook.
The bot-bellied man was wearing one of the Black Stars jerseys as he emerged from the room with his booty.
Watch video of the thief stealing from the Black Stars below
Watch the video highlights of how the gallant Sudan side held Zambia to a 1-1 draw in Ndola on Saturday to give the advantage to Ghana on the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
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Ghana U20 lost 4-3 on penalties to ten-man Brazil in the final of the four-nation Valais Youth Cup on Saturday night in Switzerland.
The Black Satellites rallied to score a late equalizer in the 94th minute through striker Ebenezer Assifuah to tie 1-1 after regulation time.
Vinicius Araujo had given the Samba Boys in the 25th minute.
During the shoot-outs, Brazil goalkeeper Alisson emerged Man-of-the-Match by saving two of Ghana’s kicks.
It was sweet revenge for the South Americans who lost by the same margin to Ghana at the 2009 FIFA U20 World in Egypt.
Ghana coach Sellas Tetteh made two changes to the starting line-up which beat Kosovo 5-4 on penalties in the semi-final clash.
Centre-back Lawrence Lartey returned from injury and partnered Joseph Attamah as Chelsea youth team captain Daniel Pappoe dropped to the bench.
Diminutive dribbler Clifford Aboagye replaced Seidu Salifu in midfield.
The match played at the Sports Complex Bout du Lac Bouveret serves as Ghana’s final test match before leaving to the FIFA U20 World Cup finals.
The Black Satellites are expected in Istanbul on 17 June, three days before their Group B opener against
Ghana U20 starting line-up : Eric Ofori Antwi- Jeremiah Arkorful, Lawrence Lartey (c), Joseph Attamah, Richmond Nketiah, Ebenezer Ofori, Frank Acheampong, Clifford Aboagye, Alfred Duncan- Francis Narh, Ebenezer Assifuah
Reserves: Michael Sai, Siedu Salifu, Daniel Pappoe, Moses Odjer, Kwame Boahene, Kennedy Ashia, Michael Anaba, Princebell Addico, Michael Mensah.
Watch highlights of the Black Satellites match against the Brazil.
Watch pictures of the Ayew brothers meeting Ghana president John Dramani Mahama on Tuesday.