A cross section of local football fans have hailed Ghanaâ€™s 2-1 victory over the United States of America which saw the Black Stars outfit storm into the quarter-finals of the ongoing World Cup in neighbouring South Africa.
Most widely known for becoming the first Black-African country to attain Independence on March 6 1957, Ghana once again engraved its name in the history books after it became the onlyÂ 3rd African nation to book a quarter-final berth at the World Cup.
Inspired by an impressive Prince Boateng and Asamoah Gyan who grabbed Ghanaâ€™s priceless goals, the Black stars who not only represent Ghana but the entire African continent have sparked an atmosphere of frenzy among every African football lover, after storming into the last eight of footballâ€™s biggest showpiece.
This was after a 2-1 victory over the United States in an encounter which had to go into extra-time following a 1 all stalemate after 90 minutes.
Ghanaâ€™s 2-1 second round victory over the USA sets the stage for an intriguing quarter-final showdown with Uruguay who dispatched South Korea by 2 goals to 1.
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Following a dismal showing by 5 of Africaâ€™s representatives who all bowed out at the 1st hurdle, all eyes are now on Ghana.
The Black Stars have indeed outshone all African representatives with an impressive galaxy of rising stars that symbolize the future of football.