Ghana relinquish lead to draw DR Congo

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With their backs against the wall, the Leopards intensified a fight of redemption which paid off with Mputu pulling a goal back when he gifted from poor defending to ghost past the Stars back line in the 53rd minute.                 

The goal proved the tonic the Congolese needed with Coach Claude Le Roy throwing more men upfront. In one of their many moves,  they earned a penalty after Akaminko fouled Mbokani in the penalty box.

Mbokani elected himself in search for parity, and did to tie the game for the Leopards.

The disappointment on the Ghanaian faces after the equalizer was telling. When the Stars got moving again, it was debutant, Wakaso who forced out an impeccable save from Kidiaba with an excellent free kick just away from the box.

Dauda had to emulate his opposite number’s example to keep Ghana in the game in the 82nd minutes after diving short and fast to palm away Mbokani ‘s spin deep from the six yard box.

Ghana next play Mali on Thursday at the same venue.

Line-up
Fatua Dauda, John Painstil, Kwadwo Asamoah, Jerry Akaminko, John Boye, Derek Boateng, Albert Adomah/ Afful Harrison, Agyemang Badu, Asamoah Gyan, Christain Atsu/Rabui Mohammed, Wakaso Mubarak

(By Veronica Commey, GNA correspondent in Port Elizabeth, courtesy Ministry of Youth and Sports)