Ghana's No. 1

Listless Ghana draw blank with Saudi Arabia

Published on: 17 November 2010

By Geraldine Duodu

Ghana put up a lame performance to play out a goalless draw with Saudi Arabia on Wednesday in an international friendly in Dubai.

The Black Stars had some decent chances but failed to score after Andre Ayew, Asamoah Gyan and Samuel Inkoom blew some scoring chances.

Ghana keeper Richard Kingson was forced once to make a save at the death of the match in the meandering encounter.

The World Cup quarter-finalists are yet to win a match after the departure of Serb trainer Milovan Rajevac who left two months ago to join Saudi club side Ahli Jeddah.

Saudi Arabia are preparing for the forthcoming Gulf Cup and the 2011 AFC Asian Cup tournaments.

Ghana lost 5-0 to Saudi Arabia in their last encounter three years ago.

Ghana line-up:

Richard Kingson-John Painstil, Jonathan Mensah, Lee Addy, David Addy-Kevin Prince Boateng/Samuel Inkoom, Anthony Annan, Kwadwo Asamoah/ Emmanuel Clottey, Andre Ayew, Quincy-Owusu Abeyie/Emmanuel Agyeman-Badu-Asamoah Gyan

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.
Learn more