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Ghana 7-0 Lesotho ... FT 6/3/2012

19'' [1 - 0] S.A. Muntari
25'' [2 - 0] D. Adiyiah
45'' [3 - 0] J. Ayew
50'' [4 - 0] D. Adiyiah
85'' [5 - 0] C. Atsu
88'' [6 - 0] J. Ayew
90'' [7 - 0] J. Akaminko
Ghana ran riot in Kumasi to finish 7-0 winners over Lesotho in a World Cup qualifying match heavily delayed by floodlight failure.
Braces from Dominic Adiyiah and Jordan Ayew, as well as further goals from Sulley Muntari, Christian Atsu and Jerry Adaminko, sent Ghana on their way to a convincing victory against a Lesotho side that finished with 10 men.
The game, though, was sadly delayed for a long period just before the hour mark when floodlight failure stopped the encounter at 4-0. It was eventually restarted with the Black Stars completing their straightforward win.
Starting line-up: Adam Kwarasey -- Samuel Inkoom(Opare), John Boye, Jerry Akaminko, Harrison Afful --- Derek Boateng, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu, Sulley Muntari (Atsu), Kwadwo Asamoah --- Jordan Ayew, Dominic Adiyiah.
Lesotho: K. Phasumane M. Ntobo T. Mokhehle N. Lerotholi T. Masualle T. Maile T. Koetle R. Mokhahlane T. Bereng D. Monaphathi T. Tale

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