Video: Watch Ghana's goals in the 2-0 win over Cape Verde Published on: 02 February 2013 ArchivesNations CupLatest VideosLatest News 15 Print facebook Twitter G+ Watch video of the two goals Mubarak Wakaso scored to help Ghana beat Cape Verde 2-0 at the Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday. Watch video of the goals below ArchivesNations CupLatest VideosLatest News Comments This article has 15 comment(s), give your comment Nana Owusu says: February 03, 2013 08:38 am U see, I don't understand many Ghanians aba!! A team which have play 4 matches and score 8 goals, 3 matches we haven't concede a goal and still people are blasting the defenders?? or is it because our coach is Black man that is why people are having problem cos u people was happy with that one goal project under that white dude. If dominating a game is the solution then I think Ghana have won the wold cup by now cos remember Ghana Vrs Brazil in 2006 wold cup, we dominated but at the end we were down by three goals to nil and were u people happy for that?? Bs we appreciate ur effort keep it up go Ghana go!! Africanus says: February 02, 2013 09:38 pm Impressive or unimpressive, what matter the most in football are the goals. You can play all the beautiful football if you fail to put the ball in the opponent's net, all your efforts are for nothing. I love you Black Stars. Kwame Pito says: February 02, 2013 09:51 pm I think A.A has stopped doing something he used to do at the start of the competition. TRAIN THE LADS TO PLAY A HIGH INTENSITY GAME with focus and without fatigue. Secondly inform them to PLAY FOR EACH OTHER, SCORE FOR EACH OTHER. Team work will win us afcon but INDIVIDUALITY WILL MAKE US FAIL. Go back to basics A.A and DRUM IT INTO THEIR EARS BEFORE EVERY MATCH; PLAY FOR EACH OTHER, SCORE FOR EACH OTHER. gudluck. Zg says: February 02, 2013 11:21 pm well said,i dont even mind if we win the cup this way,as far as we win et canada says: February 02, 2013 11:40 pm All i have to say about today's game was forgetable, a win is a win but we did not deserve it, our defence was very poor even the english commentator was saying that was an unconvincing win by ghana. if we're in for a long haul, then our coach should watch the game one more time and make the necessary changes. We played like this was our first nations cup ever in history and why is A.A not using 2 strikers? I personally dont blame Asamoah Gyan for not performing they way we all want him to because he is the only striker we have up front and there is too much presser on him. I wasn't too pleased at all today and all Ghanaians are hoping our coach go and do his home work very well because that performance was very pothetic. Jaja says: February 03, 2013 01:20 am No it does matter. How come it takes us until the 55st minute to score one goal against Cape Verde? How come we needed a penalty? In the World Cup okay, but not in the Africa Cup. and not against cape verde. For the AFCON the goals should flow like water since most competitors are not on World Cup level. If we're really serious about World Cup, we should totally dominate here and tear apart most opponents with ease. Today we didn't do that. Africanus says: February 03, 2013 01:52 am The history books do not talk about how beautifully you played. They only talk about the number of times you have won. Killer says: February 03, 2013 02:04 am I think some of you have forgeting that these same Cape verde eliminated almighty cameroon from the Afcon qualifiers and to be honest with you Togo is the best team in this tournament and i can promise you that they will beat the burkinabe's and can cause us a surprise if care is not taken for the BS,soccer is now matured zambia is our toilet hole says: February 03, 2013 02:43 am KILLER,YOU GUYS ARE TOTAL FAILURES AND THAT IS WHY GHANA IS GOING ALL THE WAY.AND AS I SAID EARLIER ON,IT DOESN'T MATTER WHICH WEST AFRICAN NATION LIFTS THE CUP WE SHALL ALL BE HAPPY .OF-COURSE I WILL BE IN FESTIVITY SHOULD GHANA WINS IT.JUST SAY WHATEVER YOU CARE TO PLEASE YOUR EMOTIONS BUT I PERSONALLY DON'T GIVE NO SHIT TO ZAMBIAN FOOTBALL.FOOTBALL ZAMBIA IS A JOKE.GHANA WILL CONTINUE TO FRUSTRATE ALL ENEMIES.WITH ALL THE ARROGANCE OF THE CAPE VERDE'S COACH,HE STARTED WEEPING LIKE A BEREAVED YOUNG MAN ON THE PITCH YESTERDAY IN ACCORDANCE TO MY PRE-MATCH WARNING THAT HE SHOULD BE CAREFUL NOT TO CRY IN RESPONSE TO HIS COMMENTS. zambia is our toilet hole says: February 03, 2013 02:47 am THAT WAS THE TACTICAL DISPLAY TO WIN HIGH PROFILE MATCHES.HOW ABOUT PLAYING BEAUTIFULLY TO LOOSE?WILL THAT MAKE YOUR DAY?APPIAH DO YOUR JOB.ALL WE WANT IS THE CUP.NO BEAUTIFUL FOOTBALL. zambia is our toilet hole says: February 03, 2013 02:55 am FOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL kantoose says: February 03, 2013 04:19 am leave these negative pessimist! they have soon forgotten last year afcon how we dominated Zambia. what was the result of that game, sumone remind me. Joe- Deaf Ghanain-American says: February 03, 2013 06:27 am My Dear Brother Jaja, Football is no longer how beautiful it is played...The bottom line in modern football nowadays is the score on the board.... If my memory could serve me right, Brazil is no longer dominating and scoring goals... They are just happy to get a win whether it is 1 nil or a tie... Most soccer playing countries have improved on their game so I am happy with our Black Stars putting points on the board (whether they played it beautifully or not)and taking Mother Ghana to the finals as well as winning the cup. Yes, I am very happy that we won it. A win is a win. Black Stars of Ghana, let your blazing Stars of Africa shine. Ayekoooo! Nana Owusu says: February 03, 2013 08:44 am But this site look quite annoying, GNS please get proper website aba!! too many pop-ups, advertising and some inconsistency sometimes make this site annoying lalasu says: February 04, 2013 12:23 pm Jaja, u're talking as if Cape Verde players had one leg attached to the other. there is no mean team in the world now, everyone has come of age in football. thank God blackstars players didnt underrate Cape Verde like u did, our boys would be coming home now.