Appiah wants no celebration yet

ACCRA - Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has asked for celebrations to be put on hold for just 90 minutes after destroying Egypt 6-1 on Tuesday.

The Black Stars hit six goals past six in one of the most one-sided high profile World Cup qualifiers seen in the history of world football.

"We should not underestimate Egypt and their strength after this result. We should prepare well for the return leg and play like we didn’t win by six goals here in Kumasi,” Appiah told reporters during the post-match press conference.

The Black Stars are on course for a third consecutive World Cup berth and could do better than the quarter-finals mark they made in South Africa.

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has asked for celebrations to be put on hold for just 90 minutes after destroying Egypt.

The Black Stars hit six goals past six in one of the most one-sided high profile World Cup qualifiers seen in the history of world football.

"We should not underestimate Egypt and their strength after this result. We should prepare well for the return leg and play like we didn’t win by six goals here in Kumasi,” Appiah told reporters during the post-match press conference.

The Black Stars are on course for a third consecutive World Cup berth and could do better than the quarter-finals mark they made in South Africa. – SuperSport

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