Ghana have taken early but commanding lead of Group D in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
The Black Stars beat Lesotho 7-0 in Kumasi ton Friday evening to take a 24 hour lead of Group D ahead of Zambia and Sudans game in Khartoum on Saturday.
However, the game was suspended after 52 minutes of play as Ghana were leading 4-0 due to a power outage at the stadium.
It took engineers over 40 minutes to restore power at the venue before Ghana added three more goals to their tally on the day.
AC Milan midfielder Sulley Munthari put Ghana ahead in the 15th minute, striker Dominic Adiyah of Arsenal Kyiv in Ukraine scored a brace in the 24th and 50th minutes.
Marseille striker Jordan Ayew scored his first of two on the day in-between Adiyahs brace in the 45th minute.
Portugese-based midfielder Christain Atsu of Rio Ave made it 5-0 on 85 minutes while Ayew completed his brace three minutes later.
Defender Jeremaih Akaminko of Manisaspor in Turkey sealed the win for Ghana in the 90th minute.
Meanwhile Zambia, who will host Ghana on June 9 in Ndola, face Sudan on Saturday in
Khartoum hoing to keep pace of the Black Stars ahead if next Saturdays clash at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.