Sonnie Badu: If Baba Rahman can still play full 100 mins then I can play for Ghana

Ghana entered the match needing a win or a draw to increase their prospects of advancing to the next round, but they were eliminated from the competition after losing 2-0 to Uruguay in their final group match.

Heartbroken The Ghanaian Coacch, Otto Addo, and the Ghana Football Association have come under fire from Ghanaian football fans for their poor player choices. Baba Rahman has consequently gained popularity as a result of the criticism that his selection for the match was improper.

The Ghanaian Gospel preacher added his voice to the criticisms, saying, “If this person can still play the full 100 minutes, then I can play for GHANA… Observe the balls he was unable to even connect.

He demanded the dissolution of the Black Stars team in another post. “The senior national team will have to be disbanded, that much is true. These young men probably won’t travel to Africa to compete in Afcon qualifiers “.

“They should ask Afriyie how some of the hotels and stadiums are,” he added. “I know @afriyiebdaniel will lead Ghana to win a trophy one day. It’s time to establish a new black star.”

Otto Addo’s team was said to be seeking retribution in the match against Uruguay, which brought up memories of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

Ghana’s game got off to a strong start with echoes of what had happened 12 years before. One of the Black Stars’ most important players, Mohammed Kudus, was struck in the penalty area by Sergio Rochet Alvarez. Following a thorough VAR review, the referee gave Ghana a penalty.

Andre Ayew, the team’s captain, took the spot kick but regrettably missed it, sending Ghanaians down memory lane. Ghana is now the only team in FIFA World Cup history to miss two penalties against the same opponent.

After missing the penalty, Ghana’s side immediately went on the defensive and gave up the game’s opening goal five minutes later. De Arrascaeta gave Uruguay the lead, and Luis Suarez promptly added a second to give them a cushion for qualifying.

The Black Stars entered the half trailing by two goals to nil because they lacked the fervor and enthusiasm to pose challenges to Uruguay.

For the beginning of the second half, coach Otto Addo made two substitutions, replacing Jordan and Andre Ayew with Sulemana and Osman Bukari, respectively.

Although Ghana’s adjustments slightly improved their performance, they were unable to threaten Uruguay’s goal, which it hoped to end with a two-goal lead.

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