Some soccer fans in Ghana on Sunday expressed happiness with the impressive performance put up by the senior national team, their first group game in a match that was telecast live from Mbabane, the Swazi capital in Accra.
The Black Stars walloped their Swazi counterparts 3-0 at their own home soil as Andre Dede Ayew hit the back of the net in the early minutes of the game when he connected a cross from Ghanaian Udinese international Kwadwo Asamoah.
Prince Tagoe added another goal in the second half while defender Hans Adu Sarpei increased the tally to 3-0 in the latter part of the game.
By this victory, Kwame Kwakwa, a banker told APA that the Stars had begun the 2012 qualification campaign on a high note and that they have similarly broken the â€œone goalâ€ project that bedevilled the team in 2009 to the latter part of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
The victory, according to Hannah Mensah, a sports journalist, indicates that Coach Milovan Rajevac means business and wants to prove to soccer fans that he is committed to the four-year contract he just signed with the Ghana Football Association.