Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan Says He Was Impressed With Black Stars Second Half Performance Against Brazil.

 Brazil cruise to a 3-0 win over Ghana at the Stade Oceane in Le Havre, France on Friday night.

It was a game between two of the greatest football teams that South America and Africa have to offer, but it was Brazil who came out well on top in the encounter with Ghana, and have extended their winning streak to four games.

Despite coach Otto Addo giving debuts to players led by, Ajax in-form Kudus Mohamed, Athletic Club's forward Inaki Williams and Tariq Lamptey for Ghana, it was Tite's side who got off to a strong start. 

The Black Stars were shambolic in the first half as they conceded three goals against Brazil.

Brazil got a goal inside the opening 10 minutes as Marquinhos converted with a towering header from a Raphinha corner-kick.

The five-time world champions were by far the dominant force in the game, with Real Madrid ace Vincius Junior and PSG's Neymar producing plenty of threat from wide areas with their tricks and skills generating several chances.

Neymar went on to register two assists, both for Tottenham new signing Richarlison who got the nod over Real Madrid's Rodrygo Goes, Atletico Madrid's Matheus Cunha and Liverpool's Roberto Firmino in the number nine role.

Richarlison doubled the lead for Brazil in the 28th minute, and then scored a brace by adding a third goal only 12 minutes later after deflecting Neymar's free-kick beyond Ghana's goalkeeper, Joseph Wollacott.

Brazil face another African side, Tunisia on Tuesday September 27, while Ghana will also be hoping that this game may help them to prepare for their campaign in Qatar, as they face central American nation Nicaragua same Tuesday.

Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan further revealed that he was impressed with Black Stars second half performance against Brazil.


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