Teams are already trying to qualify for the 2014 World Cup, but today in Africa, a huge win for Ghana may be wiped out due to a national struggle with the power company.
With Ghana up 4-0 over Lesotho in the second half at the Accra Sports Stadium, the stadium lights cut out, and stadium technicians are scrambling to fix the problem before the match is abandoned.
Reliable power is a constant worry for Ghanians, and the Regional Director of the Electricity Company of Ghana — the company that supplies power to the stadium — was instantly fired after the lights went out, according to African site JoyOnline.
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