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BBC in Pidgin: Andre Ayew red card as Ghana finish bottom of Afcon Group C table

Comoros don shock Ghana as dem defeat di four time Africa Cup of Nations winners 3-2 for Garoua, Cameroon.

Di island nation first ever win for di tournament also confam elimination of Ghana from di Afcon as dem finish bottom of group C wit one point.

El Fardou Ben Nabouhane bin put di islanders ahead early on, and Ghana den go down to to 10 men wen Andre Ayew collect straight red card afta video assistant referee rule say im foul Comoros goalkeeper

Ahmed Mogni double di lead before di Black Stars fight back to equalise 2-2.

Wit one point not enought for Comoros, Mogni tap in dia thrid for di 85th minute to give Ghana dia first ever group-stage exit for Afcon since 2006.

Afcon Group C table

Di result of dis game and di oda game for di group wey end 2-2 between Gabon and Morocco mean say di North Africans top di group wit seven points. Gabon come second wit five, Comoros finish third with three points while Ghana finish bottom wit one point.

Afcon Group C table
Ghana vs Comoros Line-up:

Ghana line-up: 16. Wollacott, 17. Baba,23. Djiku, 18. Amartey, 2. Yiadom, 22. Sulemana, 8. Kyereh, 5. Partey, 7. Issahaku, 10. A Ayew, 9. J Ayew

Comoros line-up: 1. Ben Boina, 4. Zahary, 15. Youssouf, 12. M’Dahoma, 10. M’Changama, 22. Bakari, 7. Selemani, 17. Youssouf, 8. Bachirou, 20. Mogni, 21. Ben Nabouhane

Credit: BBC

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