Athletics News of Wednesday, 26 June 2019
Ghana mentor Kwesi Appiah thinks referee Youssef Essrayi handed his facet a uncooked offer in Tuesday’s 2-2 draw with Benin in their Group F opener.
The Black Stars went down in the second minute, but levelled by captain Andre Ayew just before Jordan Ayew doubled the guide right before the guide.
But the four-time continental Ghana had been reduced to 10 guys right after John Boye was sent off for a 2nd yellow card offence.
Mikael Pote then snatched the equalizer for the Squirrels in the 64th moment, diverting a lower shot into the web soon after a quick corner.
Appiah considered the result was a reflection of the proceedings, but felt the officiating could have been superior.
”I think it was a actually competitive activity. Along the line some of my players lacked concentration- in the very first fifty percent, most of the passes ended up correct as we predicted,” Appiah explained in the publish match meeting.
”But it is really constantly tricky when you engage in with only ten men. In the 2nd 50 percent because we had a single male out so I imagine that it’s a good outcome but I personally do not like criticizing referees but alongside the line I hope we get fair officiating in all the video games.