The four-time Africa master Ghana returned to the profit track on the third matchday of the World Cup qualifier. The Black Stars, the last month a 0: 1 had to accept in South Africa, gained their home game against Zimbabwe sovereign with 3: 1. By victory, Ghana has six points in the account and thus occupies the second table rank in the group G.

The West Africans went through Ajax striker Kudus already in the fifth minute. Zimbabwe slapped at the beginning of the second passage through Captain Musona, who once stormed for Hoffenheim and Augsburg, by penalty back (54.). Furthermore, the Underdog made in Cape Coast violent resistance, which first broke Arsen s Thomas Partey in the 66th minute. Three minutes before the final whistle, then Routinier André Ayev tied the victory. On pages of Ghanas, St. Paulis Kyereh was replaced in the 79th minute.

Keeper Williams holds, Mokoena meets

Ghana further exerts pressure on South Africa, which, however, defended its spreadsheet through a 3-1 in Ethiopia. The Bafana Bafana is unbeaten with seven points from three games on the top of the group G – only the group winner still has a chance of one of the five World Cup tickets.

In the first half, the hosts knew to convince, but South Africa s Keeper Williams saved several times in highest distress. Seconds Before the pause whistle, Mokoena was on the spot and met for the lead for South Africa (45. + 1). Ethiopia could not be fooled by it and immediately in passage two by prayer (67.). But Mvala (71.) and Makgopa (90. + 1) shot South Africa for victory.

Group H: No winner between Bebou and Ganvoula

In Group H, Togo still has to wait for the first victory, with the 1: 1 in the home game against Congo, the West Africans brought the first point. In the Togoian capital Lomé, Congo went through an own goal of Togos Romao (21.). In half two Togo increased the pressure and rewarded in the 56th minute by the 1: 1 by Placca Fessou.

On pages Togos came the Hoffenheim Bebou via the complete playing time, the Congo was replaced Bochums Ganvoula after 65 minutes. The dot division does not help any of the two teams, Senegal and Namibia lead the table of group H before the direct duel on Saturday evening.

World Cup qualification Africa: The current matchday at a glance