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WAFU Cup 2017: Black Stars humiliate Eagles

27 September 2017, 12:19 | Tracey Rhodes

“Ghana and Nigeria are worthy finalists” – Augustine Arhinful

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The Nigerian clean sheet stretched to 494 minutes before Stephen Sarfo broke the deadlock a minute before half-time in a match watched by Confederation of African Football president Ahmad.

Ghana and Nigeria have already met once in this WAFU tournament: the Super Eagles beat the Black Stars 2-0 in the teams' final Group A match on Monday, though it must be noted that the home side had already guaranteed themselves top spot regardless of the result.

Stephen Sarfo, who won the Golden Boot and was crowned Man of the Match, opened the goal feast a minute before halftime, before a 59th-minute goal by Vincent Atingah doubled their lead.

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Second-half substitute Patrick Razak made a huge impact winning two penalties when he came on in the 57th minute.

After Ghana's 4-1 defeat of Nigeria, there were media reports that Enyimba had started talks with the coach, who is also an assistant manager in the main Black Stars' team.

The player of the tournament went to Isaac Twum, while Super Eagles' goalie Ikechukwu Ezenwa was adjudged goalkeeper of the tournament.

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"To let in four goals in the last game of competition is one of those things in football", he reasoned. "Maxwell must even say that enough is enough, I have done my best for the team and someone else should also try", said coach Kobina Amissah.

"We are motivated enough to win this cup, after failing to qualify for the CHAN tournament, we would like to use this trophy to appease Ghanaians".

"The Super Eagles have become used to winning, from winning the CHAN ticket to conquering Sierra Leone and even Ghana here to reach the final, and we can not stop now".

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