The Vodafone Unity Match between the Appiah World XI and the Black Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium ended in a thrilling 4:2 in favour of the Black Stars.
The match, which was the second for the Appiah World XI in helping to promote peace and unity ahead of the upcoming elections, saw the former professionals lose to Kotoko by 4:1 in the first of the two matches in Kumasi Sports Stadium.
Sulley Muntari and Yakubu Ayigbene who both featured for the Appiah World XI scored a goal each for the professionals with Ebenezer Assifuah getting a brace for the Black Stars with Alfred Duncan and Thomas Partey scoring a goal each to round the game for the Black Stars.
The peace crusade, which was the brain child of event masters primeval media and peace ambassador, Stephen Appiah and a major sponsor of communication giants Vodafone Ghana saw active and ex- professional players unite to use football as a universal language to drive home peace message to Ghanaians before, during and after the impending presidential and parliamentary elections in Ghana.
The Appiah World XI consisted of Emile Heskey, Dwite Yoke, Edgar Davids, William Gallas, Sol Campbel, Alex Song,Kanu, Yakubu Ayigbene, Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari, Laryea Kingson, Richard Kingson, John Paintsil, Isaac Vorsah.