FT: Ghana 0-0 Nigeria (World Cup Qualifiers) 2022 | FULL HIGHLIGHTS

Ghana Vs Nigeria played out a 0-0 result at the Kumasi Stadium for the World Cup Qualifiers match, KTNBlog reporting.

It was a game that saw a penalty call ruled out after consultation with VAR which could have easily been given to the Super Eagles.

Both countries did well enough as Francis Uzoho kept incredible save in the first half which could have been a goal.


Ghana Vs Nigeria

The match at the Kumasi Stadium sta off well with both teams doing more than enough going forward in the first half.

Ghana was the side doing more of the pressing in the early stand which they were hoping to take the lead in the encounter as it progressed.

Nigeria also had some good creative control of the match but they couldn’t make anything happen as well in the game.

The Black Stars could have taken the lead in the game, but thanks to an incredible save from Francis Uzoho who kept the Super Eagles in the encounter.

It wasn’t looking like a game that goals could happen as defenses were very closed up with nothing passing through as things looked evenly matched.

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More opportunities but nothing changed as the first half carried on with both teams doing business in the World Cup qualifier.

The 45 minutes of football between both teams at the Kumasi Stadium ended with Ghana holding Nigeria to a 0-0 scoreline after the first half played.

The second half kicked off with so much coming from both countries who were still charged up looking to get a breakthrough.

Nigeria was the side that looked a bit okay going forward as they created some openings in the first half, but the finishing towers were poor.

Ghana had a few opportunities of their own that weren’t put to good use by them as they struggled to break down their opponent.

The Nigerian National team was given a penalty after a handball from a Ghanaian defender, unfortunately, it was ruled out by VAR.

Nothing changed as the match ended with Ghana holding the Super Eagles of Nigeria to a 0-0 result in the first leg in Kumasi after 90 minutes.



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