Partey, who captained the Black Stars in opposition to Zimbabwe following Andre Ayew’s relegation to the bench, scored from a free-kick within the first half.
This was the 28-year-old’s second purpose in opposition to the southern African nation, having scored in opposition to them within the reverse fixture in Cape Coast final Saturday.
In the aftermath of yesterday’s match, Arsenal and FIFA each took to Twitter to reward the midfielder for his efficiency.
Arsenal tweeted: “Score on Saturday for Ghana. Scores on Tuesday for Ghana. Love that, Thomas Partey.”
FIFA additionally wrote: “’No Thomas, no Partey,’ sing the Ghana followers. Today they’d Thomas. Today they’ve a celebration. Thomas Partey’s free-kick earns the Black Stars a decisive victory in #WCQ.”
The Arsenal midfielder has now scored 12 objectives for the Black Stars, having made his debut simply six years in the past.
Meanwhile, Ghana presently occupies second place in Group G of the CAF World Cup qualifiers, one level behind leaders South Africa.