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Sep 5, 2015 | Cup of Nations

Player Ratings: AFCON 2017 qualifier: Ghana 1-0 Rwanda

Player Ratings: AFCON 2017 qualifier: Ghana 1-0 Rwanda

Razak Brimah
Did not have a save to make and was largely untested throughout.

Harrison Afful
Did well to make himself involved in the match, putting in some strong tackles and contributing well going forward.

Baba Rahman
Did not offer enough going forward, failing to link up well with Ayew and join the attack.

Daniel Amartey
Calm and composed at the back, commanding the defence with great authority.

John Boye
Never put a foot wrong and did well to keep Rwanda forwards quiet and was not threatened too much at the back.

Afriyie Acquah
Cool as you would like in midfield, smothering Rwanda when they got in possession.

Mubarak Wakaso
Strong with his delivery from set pieces, creating space with his piercing passing. Decisive in possession, and scored a fine free kick to give Ghana the hard-fought victory

Christian Atsu
Largely invisible up top, appearing fatigued and overcome by the injury which kept him out of the opening matches for his club side Bournemouth in the English Premier League.

Jordan Ayew
Won countless free kicks for his side and was taken out hard by the Rwanda defenders. Won a freekick which was neatly converted by Wakaso late in the game

Richmond Boakye Yiadom
Largely anonymous in attack and did not offer much going forward when Ghana needed a goal.

Andre Ayew
Quiet showing from the hybrid midfield, who did not contribute much going forward but tracked back to support his defence.

Solomon Asante
Added some much needed energy for Ghana and provided a spark for Ghana after coming on.

Jeffrey Schlupp
Came on late and was not given much of a chance to have an impact.

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