Ahmed Mogni scored a brace, gave the Comoros their first AFCON victory, and sent four-time Champions Ghana away.
Had they won the battle, they would have progressed as one of the best third-placed teams. However,
’s brace had them undone and helped his side win their first game in the AFCON.
After four minutes into the game, Comoros scored the opener through El Fardou Ben Nabouhane, who met the back of the net.
Ghana were handed a blow as Ayew received a red card as they worked to level the game. VAR announced that he fouled on goalkeeper Salim Ben Boina.
The Comoros took advantage of the extra man they had, and after Mogni’s brace, they sealed their victory. Although Ghana were able to push back twice with goals from Richmond Boakye and Alexander Djiku, it was not enough for them to stay in the competition.
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