England 1-1 Ghana: Gyan Dances At The Death (Photos)

Chris Wright

30th, March 2011


By Chris Wright

A slickly taken goal from Ghana’s main man, Asamoah Gyan, served to nab a narrow victory from in front of England’s noses as the first ever meeting between the two sides ticked over into injury time at Wembley last night.

For Pies’ money, the game was a decent run-out from an England perspective (not quite the ‘fantastic display’ that is being heralded by several press offshoots this morning) and, all in all, provided a fair example of just how coherently Fabio Capello’s side can get their act together when there is absolutely

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  1. KevinW says:

    It would be great to hear a post match interview from Clive Tyldesley explaining what, in his mind, ‘stocking feet’ was.

  2. Rich says:

    i was at the game and celebrated the equaliser more than any england goal (bar beckham’s)

    that match for me was everything that was wrong with the england team and everything we should aim to be in one place. Corporate wembley, england players (barry and milner expecially) hacking at ghana players when they had been beaten and not being criticised for it and a lifeless display in the second half happy with a 1-0 win and not wanting to risk anything in case they get singled out by the press.


    a team with passionate, friendly fans that wanted to play and were enjoying themselves and playing the right way even when losing

  3. mizman says:

    Stocking feet? Stocking feet?…. SMH

  4. RichM says:

    Maybe not a “fantastic display” from England, but one in the right direction no doubt

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