I was floating on air from home yesterday when the Black Stars of Ghana pulled a deserving 2-1
victory over nemesis Zambia in their final group D Brazil 2014 World Cup qualifiers at the Kumasi Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
As i watch closely, Kelvin Prince Boateng's scenic crowd pulling before the game, Andre Ayew's tenacity, rich experience of the return of Micheal Essien not forgetting the two goal scorers - Majeed Warris, Kwadwo Asamoah and the unity among themselves did the trick for Ghana.
I must confess that game was won from the bench and a thumbs up to the master tactician, Coach James Akwasi Appian supported by his assistant Maxwell Konadu.
For now Ghanaians would be in a comfortable posture as they stage their bragging rights over the copper bullets of Zambia for ensuring all important win displayed from the Black Stars.
It was one of the best ever performance displayed by James Akwasi Appiah boys as compare to equal approaches to other games.
In fact my night was pleasant as Ghana made me to forget the erratic power supply disturbing me in my area.
Frankly put it, am always proud supporting the best national football brand across the globe thus the Black Stars of Ghana for their compact and typical Brazilian style which caught Zambia in the web of hallucination.
My piece will not be complete without giving thumbs up for the management, stakeholders and supports for such an overwhelming contribution, and also pray that they improve upon this performance against yet to be named opponent for the ultimate play-off to qualify for the Brazil 2014 World Cup.