“The rain helped us play better and move the ball faster” – Otto Addo

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“The rain helped us play better and move the ball faster” – Otto Addo

It is believed that a light rain normally signals blessing while a heavy storm follows with doom. At the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi on Monday

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It is believed that a light rain normally signals blessing while a heavy storm follows with doom. At the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi on Monday night, the rain drizzled as it was not extremely heavy to disrupt play and even scare the gathered crowd.

Ghana defeated Central African Republic 4-3 in a thrilling manner as Crystal Palace’s forward Jordan Ayew scored a hattrick while Fatawu Issahaku added the other goal.

Louis Mafouta also grabbed a hat trick for the determined Central African Republic but it wasn’t enough for them to escape defeat.

After the game in Otto Addo’s press conference, Ghana’s gaffer was in love with the rain and glorified God for it as it helped the team play well.

“The rain helped us play better and move the ball faster. Thank you to God for letting it rain,” said Addo.

Central African Republic exceeded everyone’s expectations with their quality. Their team is not full of stars but they play as a unit and know what exactly they are doing.

For Ghana to beat Raoul Savoy’s Central African Republic on Monday night, they needed something special from the team and that’s what Jordan Ayew did. Besides, Ghana needed Heaven to support them and Heaven listened to Otto Addo’s wish as it rained making ball movement faster and easier.

Ghana is on top of Group I at the moment.

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