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Ghana fans were left wondering what might have been after their beloved Black Stars exited the Africa Cup of Nations at the semi-final stage against Zambia.
In a cagey game Asamoah Gyan’s Ghana edged past Tunisia to claim a place in Wednesday’s semi-final.
For the first 63 minutes this game was destined to end in a draw, then Asamoah Gyan came to life to send the Black Stars to victory…
Sunderland star Asamoah Gyan earned Ghana a late draw last night with a fine individual finish. The striker on his return from suspension surged into the England box and jinked past Joleon Lescott before curling the ball beyond Joe Hart.
This evening Ghana take on England at Wembley Stadium for the first ever clash between these two sides!
Hooray Africa! Ghana continues to impress the world and carry Africa forward. Their first test on their path of accomplishing the impossible (bah!) was the mega-hyped USA - a team that has managed to get a usually not-so-football-frenzied nation to go absolute berserk. A team that has been down in every game so far but managed to come back every time.
For those in the know, there's no question that Asamoah Gyan is going to be one of the big names to emerge from the World Cup in South Africa. Earlier this year, the striker fired the Black Stars to the African Cup of Nations final and now he intends to blow apart the defences of Serbia, Germany and Australia in Group E. Laid back as ever when we catch up with him at the Puma Unity Experience in Paris. Gyan talks to PUMAFootball about the great expectations of him, dreams of moving to a big club.
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