Ghana demolished lower-tier side Soccer Intellectuals in a warm up game at the Cape Coast stadium on Wednesday to give Milovan Rajevac a chance to assess his players.

Kamaldeen Sulemana, who has been in red hot form, opened the scoring with a well taken goal in the 15th minute.

His fellow Right to Dream Academy graduate, Mohammed Kudus doubled Ghana’s lead minutes later.

Ghana beat Soccer Intellectuals 8-0 in friendly as Milovan Rajevac finalises preparations
Joel Fameyeh played as Ghana’s striker in the first half

Sulemana then scored a brace before Joel Fameyeh of FC Orenburg added Ghana’s 4th.

Ghana beat Soccer Intellectuals 8-0 in friendly as Milovan Rajevac finalises preparations
Jordan Ayew missed a penalty in the first half

Jordan Ayew had a chance to make it five before half time but missed a penalty. The Crystal Palace forward was deployed as a right winger in the game and provided two assists in 45 minutes.

Ghana beat Soccer Intellectuals 8-0 in friendly as Milovan Rajevac finalises preparations
Fatawu Issahaku came off the bench to score a 2nd half brace

Second half substitutes Fatawu Issahaku, Benjamin Tetteh and Yaw Yeboah all got on the scoresheet with Issahaku also getting a brace.

Ghana beat Soccer Intellectuals 8-0 in friendly as Milovan Rajevac finalises preparations
Philemon Baffuor got his chance in the national team

Rajevac handed starting berths to debutant Jojo Wollacot in goal and Philemon Baffuor at right back with Andy Yiadom out injured.

Daniel Amartey, Joseph Aidoo and Baba Rahman completed the back four.

In midfield, Thomas Partey returned to the team playing alongside Baba Iddrisu and Kudus.

Jordan Ayew, Fameyeh and Sulemana made up the front three.

The friendly was to give the Serbian coach an opportunity to have an extensive look of his players live in action before the World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe on Saturday.

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