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Location Ohene Djan Stadium
Description Ghana and Sudan clashed in a World Cup qualifying match at the Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra, Ghana on September 6, 2009. Ghana's more experienced team won out 2-0 against a young Sudanese team that their coach Stephen Constantine said was weakened by the game coming in the midst of Ramadan - which meant the team ran on to the field not having eaten since before sunrise. Adding to Ghana's celebration was news that Mali failed to win over Benin outright which pushed Ghana through to becoming the first African team, outside the host nation, South Africa, to qualify for the first African World Cup.. A ball boy struts his stuff at half time.
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Collections Independent Contributors
Pixel Size 4368 x 2912
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Browse_path Africa Media Online/African Pictures/David Larsen
Media Id UNSECURED-63
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Creation_date 2009-09-06T19:58:29
Bit Depth 24
City Accra
Country Ghana
Colour Components 3
Orientation landscape
Province Greater Accra Region
Keywords colour image, Ghana vs Sudan, African football, African soccer, Ohene Djam Stadium, Accra, Greater Accra Region, Ghana, Twenty Ten project, 2010 Fifa World Cup qualifier, African Cup of Nations qualifier
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Credit Line David Larsen / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online
Ingestion_path Africa Media Online/African Pictures/David Larsen
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