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Ten man Kenya Stun Ghana in Nairobi

Kenya started started through Michale Olunga and Ovela Ochieng who made numerous runs but to no avail.

Ghana grew into the game through Athletico’s Partey causing lots of prolems for the kenyan defence but nothing to count for their numerous attacks
Kenya’s real chance came in the 38 minute, a good counter attack from the left flank Gor Mahia’s Kahata laid Erick Johanna through who then dropped in a crosss that Olunga calmly tapped in home

Second half

The second half started off intensely from the visitors, with the sole aim to draw level. Astu almost drew level with a low drive but for keeper to calmly  take .Ghana possessiveness continued with Afriye Acquah’s header  going inches wide

Red card

Host Kenya were reduced to ten men after Joash Onyango was shown a straight red card for a foul on Warris. Thomas Partey then stepped up to take the resultant free kick which hit the Kenyan well placed wall much to Kenya’s relief.

In a bid to re-energize their attack Ghana  introduced Kwado Ashamoa in the 78th minute of the match for Dan Opare a move that worked to some bit with coming out more strongly . Partey came close once again turned in his marker Atudo Joakins but his short went narrowly off the target.

With 3 minutes of added time,the remaining time seemingly running out for the black stars,desperate moments came along attacking endlessly but no goal to show for it.

Ten man Kenya continued with their sold defending to hold to the famous victory over the black stars .

 

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