Athletics Information of Wednesday, 26 June 2019
Ghana mentor Kwesi Appiah insists his side’s 2-2 draw with Benin in their opening Team F clash on Tuesday night is a ‘reasonable result’.
Mickael Pote gave Benin a shock lead at the Ismailia Stadium right after two minutes but Black Stars skipper Andre Ayew restored parity.
Jordan put Ghana in front with a delightful end, but Pote attained the Squirrels a place after John Boye was dismissed for a second yellow card.
Mentor Appiah admitted his facet lacked focus at times in the initial and also observed that it was challenging to enjoy with 10 guys soon after Boye’s sending off.
General the Black Stars boss was amazed with the effort and hard work of his staff and thinks they will give a better account of on their own in their subsequent video game.
“It was a good sport, we didn’t concentrate in the 1st 50 percent. In the next 50 % it was tough to enjoy with 10 players,” Appiah stated in the article-match meeting.
“A draw is reasonable. I did not reduce hope in my staff and wait for us in the up coming game.”
Ghana subsequent engage in defending champions Cameroon on Saturday.