2026 World Cup Qualifiers: Ghana lands in Moroni for Comoros clash


The anticipation was palpable as the Ghanaian national football team, known as the Black Stars, touched down in Moroni for their highly awaited second Group I match in the 2026 FIFA World Cup, scheduled for Tuesday.

The team, under the strategic guidance of Coach Chris Hughton, had already set the stage with a promising start, having clinched a narrow victory over Madagascar in their opening game.

In a thrilling encounter at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, the Black Stars showcased their prowess. The defining moment arrived in the 96th minute when Inaki Williams’ header found the back of the net, securing the crucial win for Ghana. The elation echoed through the stadium, setting the tone for their journey in the World Cup.

As the football fever continued to rise, the focus shifted to the upcoming clash. Comoros, riding high on the momentum of a spectacular 4-2 comeback win over Central African Republic, eagerly awaited the face-off with Ghana. The Stade de Moroni would serve as the battleground on Tuesday, November 21, 2023, promising a spectacle that held the weight of a crucial fixture in the group stage.

The football enthusiasts and supporters alike braced themselves for what was poised to be a riveting and decisive match on the road to World Cup glory.

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