Sporting activities Information of Wednesday, 26 June 2019
There was practically nothing but disappointment among Ghanaians as the Black Stars were being held to a 2-2 stalemate in their Africa Cup of Nations opening match towards Benin on Tuesday.
The Squirrels surprised the 4-time champions in just the second moment through Mickael Pote, but captain Andre Ayew and more youthful brother Jordan strike back again to mail Ghana 2-1 up just before 50 percent-time.
Just after Ghana centre-back John Boye was sent off for a next bookable offence, Pote registered his second goal of the night to seal a 2-2 attract in the Team F fixture at the Ismailia Stadium.
Expectedly, many took to social media to specific disappointment about the end result by mentor James Kwesi Appiah and his charges.
Following 2 a long time of the purported rebuilding, Kwesi Appiah constructed a muddy house out of clay.. He should really be sack. Practically nothing special about him, He is just one of the luckiest mentor in this earth, who doesn’t have Coachingtalent. #BlackStars
— ghettoKidd18 (@ghettokidd18) June 25, 2019
— ?TOR???? (@TorresonSampson) June 25, 2019
— AbeiquDerichestMan (@AbeiquGh) June 26, 2019
A lady just said the motive y #blackstars did not acquire yesterday was bcos of KWESI APPIAH’s shirt bcos He wasn’t properly dressed????????????I just collapsed ????
— Ticles GH (@TiclesGH) June 26, 2019
– John Boye ought to blame himself. He was warned, two times.
– Christian Atsu should not have lasted 90′
– Samuel Owusu sub was strange. He experienced legs to go on.
– Jordan: excellent recreation. André: very good sport.
— Gary #JoyAFCON (@garyalsmith) June 25, 2019
Why do you even think of time losing major BENIN 2-1 in the 50th minute? How?
The referee warned John Boye twice for time squandering antics prior to crimson. These kinds of a foolish go
— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) June 25, 2019
When they complete the video game, they must make John Boye go and kneel down in the middle of the pitch.
— Lexis (@niilexis) June 25, 2019