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Andre Ayew revels over special Ghana achievement in World Cup qualifiers

 The 31-year-old reflects on his big feat against Bafana Bafana in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers on Sunday


Ghana captain Andre Ayew has called it an honour to reach 100 caps for the national team.


The Al Sadd attacker reached the big landmark on Sunday as the Black Stars beat South Africa 1-0 in the 2022 World Cup Africa zone group stage qualifiers to secure a ticket for the third and final round.




It was indeed a special day for the 31-year-old, who received a specially framed Ghana jersey in a presentation before the match, as he registered the decisive goal from the spot to send the Black Stars through.


“It’s been an honour of a lifetime to play for my country and a blessing to be able to get 100 caps. Thanks to all players and coaches who have helped me all the way. Thanks also to the GFA and the Minister of Sports. God bless our homeland Ghana and make us Great and Strong,” Ayew has posted on social media.


It’s been an honour of a life time to play for country and blessing to be able to get 100 caps.

Thanks to all players and coaches who have helped me all the way.

Thanks also to the GFA and minister of Sports.

God bless our homeland Ghana and make us Great and Strong 



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