Video: Jordan Ayew rescue Ghana with a late strike to win it against Mali

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Ghanaian striker, Jordan Ayew has scored a late goal for Ghana Black Stars in their World Cup qualifying gam against Mali.

It wasn’t the best of start for Ghana and Mali took a deserving first half lead against them after a late strike in the first half of the game.

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Ghana needed to come strong in the second half and they did exactly that when Ernest Nuamah went high to meet a Salis cross to bring the stars on level term.

The Stars kept working hard for the winner and things got intense up with the introductof Cryatal Palace star, Jordan Ayew when it was just ten minutes left to play.

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The former Swansea city striker set up Thomas Partey but he failed to convert it late in the game.

With seconds to the final whistle, Jordan took things into his own hands and was the quickest to react to a struggling ball in the Malian 18 yards box.

The Crystal Palace attacker fires a low cross past the goalkeeper to grab all the three points for Ghana.

Watch the video of the goal below;

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OSIX AFRICA
Osix Africa is a talented Ghanaian blogger who is making several Impacts among the new crop of bloggers emerging from West Africa. His influence in the blogging scene saw him emerge as Student Blogger of the Year at the 2021 edition of the Ghana Colleges Entertainment Awards and was also adjudged Youth Blogger of the Year at the 2023 edition of the Volta Youths Awards among other nominations from several high-profile awards schemes. Born as Godsway Charles Tudi, the young blogger boasts of a rich background of education, having completed his first degree at the Emirates University of Aviation in Dubai (UAE). He also studied at the northern-based University for Development Studies (UDS) and currently having a top-up study with the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. He is the CEO of Osix Travel Hub, a travel agency based in Ghana and UAE.