Strikers Dominic Adiyiah and Jordan Ayew grabbed a brace each as Ghana thrashed Lesotho 7-0 in the opening 2014 World Cup qualifier on Friday.
The two men were the star of the show at the Baba Yara stadium as they found their scoring boots when it mattered most.
The Black Stars dominated possession from start to finish as the Basothans chased shadows on the pitch.
Stand-in-captain Sulley Muntari scored a trademark piledriver from 15 yards as he curled the ball beautifully into the net to beat goalkeeper Phasumane Kholoue.
The Ghanaians continued their search for the second and striker Dominic Adiyiah silenced his critics with a sublime finish on his return to the national team after turning his markers inside out to make it two on the 20th minute mark.
Marseille winger Jordan sealed an incredible first half performance with an individual brilliance. He collected a pass from midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang- Badu and went past two defenders before rounding up the goalkeeper for the third goal.
The second half continued to produce scintillating football and despite the power failure which held the game up for more than 45 minutes, it never lost the spark as the Ghanaians continue to search for more goals.
Striker Dominic Adiyiah blasted home the fourth on the 52nd minutes with a cool finish from close range to cap an incredible evening.
Ukraine-based Dominic Adiyiah blasted home the fourth and his second on the 52nd minutes with a cool finish from close range to cap an incredible evening.
But more was expected as the Black Stars kept pushing for more goals.
Youngster Christian Atsu who replaced Sulley Muntari to mark his debut in Ghana colours, never disappointed as he churned out amazing dribbling skills that caught on well with the fans.
Goalkeeper Phasumane Kholoue who had a busy day missed his steps and the 20-year-old intelligently curled the ball beyond his reach from 25 yards to make it five before Jordan Ayew easily tapped the sixth goal l from a goal-mouth scramble.
Defender Jerry Akaminko sealed victory for the Black Stars with a fine header after the goalkeeper failed to collect and aerial ball.
The victory will be a massive morale booster ahead of next week’s crucial game against African Champions Zambia at the Levy Mwanasana stadium.
Source Ghana Soccer