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Black Stars player Rating vs Namibia: Andre Ayew made his 115 appearance for the Black Stars

Ghana was held in a 0-0 draw against Namibia in a friendly match at the Baba Yara Stadium on Monday evening.

After an ok first-half performance, the team bounced back with more urgency but failed to convert their chances against an average Namibian side.

Check out the player ratings below:

Richard Ofori – 6: The goalkeeper captained the Black Stars for the second time after his return in post. He made significant saves for the team. He was commanding and demanded more from his defender.

Danis Odoi– 6: Not quite the game he will be happy with but he made hard tackles which may have had a toll on his fitness. But came alive in the second half and eventually played the entire game.

Daniel Amartey – 5: The Besiktas player also had a fair game in central defence alongside Djiku. He was replaced by Mohammed Salisu in the second half.

Alexander Djiku – 6: The Fernabache defender had a fair game. He saved the Black Stars in the second half with a good clearance. Not a bad combo with Mo Salisu though.

Gideon Mensah – 6.5: The left back was solid on both end of the game. The French-based lateral defender was on hand on a number of occasions to save the Black Stars. His crosses was not at effective as we know. He will definitely be fine going forward.

Baba Iddrisu – 5: Quite combative in character but not seen that much in Friday’s encounter, the Almeria midfielder general was one of the two players substituted after the first half.

Jordan Ayew – 7: Ghana’s Number 9 was not his best but contributed with his hold up plays and making some decent crosses to keep the pressure on the opponents. He was substituted late in the game.

Joseph Painstil – 5: The Belgian- based winger played well especially in the first 20 minutes of the games. He was effective and had some decent chances to influence the game. But there is more to offer from him.

Elisha Owusu– 6: The Midfielder had a relatively dull first half but made some good passes and eventually find his feet in the games. He was very aggressive in the middle of the park playing the central midfield role with Baba Iddrisu at his back. Very good combo.

Inaki Williams – 4: Inaki Williams was energetic in the first 10-15 minutes of the Ghana but couldn’t find his grounds. Some will say he was careful not to get injured before his first AFCON tournament.

Randford Koningsdofer– 5: The German-based striker was on and off in his first start for Ghana . He had a few chances which were not converted. He made way for Jonathan Sowah in the 65th minute.


Ernest Nuamah– 4: The French-based brought some heat into the game as he was one of the two players introduced in the mid second half by Chris Hughton. His crosses into the penalty box and ability to hold up and take on defenders doubled up the chances for the Black Stars.

Majid Ashimeru – 7: Perhaps, the best of the substitutes. He missed a couple of begging chances but those two are not enough to dent his control of the midfield, pushing the team forward in the second half. His presence brought some life into the game.

Mohammed Salisu- 4: The bulky AS Monaco defender made his influence felt when he replaced Daniel Amartey. He prevented most of the incursions by the Namibians.

Osman Bukari – 6: The Red Star Belgrade forward was able to keep play just like the player he replaced and made attacking runs.

Andre Ayew – 5: The Le Havre forward made his 115 appearance for Ghana and continue to show his leadership qualities on the pitch after he came on to replace his brother Jordan Ayew on the 80 mins. Andre had some decent chances he couldn’t convert but he looks sharp and ready to break the AFCON most capped players in the up coming tournament in Ivory Coast.


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