Black Satellite thrash Uganda 1-0 to clinch gold in African Games

In a stunning display of skill and determination, the Black Satellites have replicated the steps of the Black Princesses to emerge victorious in the African Games, securing the gold medal with a thrilling 1-0 victory over Uganda in the final match.

Gold For Ghana

The highly anticipated showdown took place at the Accra sports stadium, where the best young football talent from across the continent converged to compete for glory. With both teams vying for the prestigious gold medal, the match promised to be a fiercely contested battle from start to finish.

From the opening whistle, the Black Satellites asserted their dominance on the pitch, displaying precision passing, swift attacks, and rock-solid defense despite facing a formidable opponent Uganda, the Ghanaian side remained composed and focused on their objective of clinching the gold medal.

The breakthrough came at the dying embers of the 89th minute when Ghana's forward, propelled by a brilliant assist, found the back of the net with a clinical finish, sending the crowd into a frenzy of celebration with the scoreboard reading 1-0 in favor of Ghana, the Black Satellites maintained their lead with unwavering determination, thwarting every attempt by Uganda to equalize.

As the final whistle blew, signaling the end of the match, jubilant scenes erupted among the Ghanaian players as well as the passionate fans who had traveled far and wide to support their team.


The victory marked a historic moment for Ghanaian football, as the Black Satellites clinched their first gold medal in the African Games since 2011. In addition to securing the gold medal, the victory also served as a source of inspiration and pride for the people of Ghana, reaffirming the nation's status as a powerhouse in African football.

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