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Mexico Maintain Dominance Over Ghana After 2-0 Win In Friendly Game

Mexico Maintain Dominance Over Ghana After 2-0 Win In Friendly Game

Ghana’s Black Stars lost 2-0 to Mexico in an international friendly game in the United States in the early hours of Sunday.

Mexico broke the deadlock in the 57th minute through Hirving Lozano before Carlos Antuna made it 2-0 on 72 minutes.

Going into the game, the Black Stars had been unbeaten in their last five games (three wins, two draws).

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It is Chris Hughton’s first defeat since taking over as head coach of Black Stars.

The Mexicans have now won all four meetings with Ghana which are in friendly games.

The first meeting between the two teams in 2006 saw Mexico win 1-0 then in 2008 the Mexicans triumphed 2-1.

Prior to their latest clash, Mexico edged the four-time African champions 1-0 in 2017.

Hughton and his team will take on the United States in another friendly game billed for Wednesday, 18 October, 2023.

The United States have won the last two meetings between both sides.

In the six clashes the two teams have had, the Black Stars have won four while USA has two wins.

The Black Stars are in Group B with Egypt, Cape Verde and Mozambique for next year’s AFCON.


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  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 8 months ago

    LOOOL! DARK STARS CHOP WOTOTO FROM COMMON MEXICO TWIHEHEHEHEHE! MUGUS! YEYE DEY SMELL! IF IT’S ANYONE ELSE NOW YOU WILL SMELL THEIR BAD BREATHS LONG BEFORE YOU CAN EVEN SEE THEIR BANKU FULL BIG STOMACHS SHOUTING AND MAKING A NUISANCE OF THEIR SHAMELESS AND JEALOUS LIVES OVER HERE! LOOOL!

    • Ignatius Abo 8 months ago

      Thumbs up brotherman @Field Marshall. It was good you cursed all those Ghanians, they will never come back.

    • pompei 8 months ago

      Loool, Field Marshall, you’re a bad guy 🙂

    • Do me a favour and shut your mouth. Thanks

  • pompei 8 months ago

    Banku is down, but not out.
    Banku shall rise again!

  • pompei 8 months ago

    Are Mexico the England of The Americas?
    What do Mexico and England have in common?
    Like England, Mexico will usually dominate and dispatch teams that they BELIEVE are inferior to them.
    However, when higher ranked teams that traditionally give them problems come knocking, Mexico will kowtow and submit meekly. Call it a mental or psychological block. It is real, and it is there.
    It has been joked about so often. If you put 11 pregnant women on the pitch against Mexico, and give them the Argentina or Brazil jersey, sit back, relax and watch Mexico collapse!
    They just beat Ghana. However, this same Ghana team are likely able to obtain a decent result against Brazil or Argentina. However, Mexico will pretty much unfailingly lose against Brazil or Argentina, because they don’t BELIEVE they should be getting a result against these kind of teams.
    Granted, England have a bit more fight in them against big teams compared to Mexico. But eventually, the result turns out to be the same. English surrender.
    The tide seems to be turning with the current crop of talented players available to England. However, it remains to be seen whether they can get past that mental/psychological block, that has always historically stopped them against higher ranked teams.

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