England-based Goalkeeper Joseph Luke Wallocott played his debut game for Ghana’s Black Stars in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers matchday three game against Zimbabwe.
Wallocott was handed a starting berth by new manager Milovan Rajevac alongside Kamaldeen Sulemana and Fatawu Issahaku on Saturday at the Cape Coast Stadium.
The Stars won the game with goals from Kudus Mohammed in the 5th minute, Thomas Partey in the 66th and Andre Ayew in the 87th. Zimbabwe scored a consolation goal through Knowledge Musona in the 49th minute
The 25 year old has been impressive for Swindon since joining from Bristol City in the summer making him the first choice since the start of the new season.
Wollacott featured in all his side’s 10 games, played full 90 minutes and has conceded 8 times this season, keeping four clean-sheets in the process.
Ghana starting XI against Zimbabwe:
Jojo Wollacott (GK)
Andre Ayew (c)
After 3 games, Ghana now sits second with six points to South Africa who lead the group with a point more.