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Comoros Mock Ghana on Social Media after Beating Black Stars for the Second Time: Video
- Comoros have taken a dig at Ghana on social media
- The Island nation defeated Ghana on Tuesday in the World Cup qualifiers
- Ghana will next face Mali in June next year as the qualifiers continues
Comoros Islands have taken their banter with the Black Stars to social media after posting a video mocking Ghana following their 1-0 win on Tuesday evening.
Myziane Maolida's first-half strike in the World Cup qualifiers was enough as the Island nation go top of Group I after two wins in two games.
This is the second time Comoros have beaten the Black Stars in the last 24 Months, with the first being at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
In a video that has since gone viral on social media, a Comorian X handle posted a video of popular Ghanaian comedian, Akrobeto, laughing in reference to the victory against the Black Stars.
The post drew several reactions with fans of the Black Stars expressing their surprise.
How Ghanaian fans reacted to the video post:
Hmm now a small country like Comoros is trolling Ghana? We fell off charley
We really deserve this humiliation man . Comoros beating us back to back. You deserve your win . I can't even hate
small country sef dey troll we eii
I don't blame you guys
Our football is dead Chale
I can't believe my laughing was synching with uncle akrobeto when the video started playing
@BurnHardUTD also posted:
You’ll meet us at our backyard
Comoros beat Ghana in World Cup qualifiers
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Comoros beat Ghana for the second time in 24 months after a 1-0 victory in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Moroni on Tuesday.
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Myziane Maolida's first-half strike was enough as the little Island nation recorded an important win against the four-time African champions.
The Black Stars started the game on a bright note, with Inaki Williams finding strike partner Antoine Semenyo, but the Bournemouth forward missed the chance.