Ghanaians have taken to social media to express their opinions about the Black Stars’ performance following their draw against Cameroon at the ongoing African Cup of Nations.
Despite dominating the game in the first and second half, the Black Stars of Ghana failed to score a single goal in the tough match.
The team led by Adre Dede Ayew put up a spectacular performance but didn’t achieve a fruitful result against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon.
FULL TIME – It’s all over at the Ismailia Stadium:
— Ghana Football Association (@ghanafaofficial) June 29, 2019
This is the second draw for the Black Stars; they drew in their first game against Benin in a 2-2 clash and 0-0 against Cameroon today.
Immediately after the match, Ghanaians stormed social media to share their views: some were okay with the result; others were angry at the coach and his tactics.
Below is how Ghanaians reacted to the game against Cameroon.
— 👑🇬🇭 Nungua Justin Bieber🇬🇭👑 (@p_incode) June 29, 2019
Oman Ghana! Sika💰💰💰 die nti monhw3 y’awie3? .What we know is calculations. Below is the calculation done by Albert Einstein to show if we can qualify to knockout stage😂😂😂. Ns3mfoo kwa.😟😟😟 #Blackstars pic.twitter.com/uAvldjCajN
— 🇬🇭🦁Akwasi Dkc🦁🇬🇭 (@DkDivinity) June 29, 2019
Black stars are defending very well today 💯
— Jeffrey Ackah (@AckahJeffrey) June 29, 2019
How can you rest your arsenals and suffer at war?
If Kwesi Appiah can’t see Dede is tired, we see it wae. Take a clue from the Nigerian coach.
— Kweku Amo-Mensah (@EnjoyKweku) June 29, 2019
Kwasiappiah must go.
Masa go bring Sule and K.P Boateng
— Hon Boabeng Kwame (@honboabengkwame) June 29, 2019
Fire Kwesi Appiah and bring us Ekuban back.
— Trabzonspor Lovers (@TS_Lovers) June 29, 2019
Kwesi Appiah isn’t a coach…this man is a musician…Patapaa to be precise 😩
— Klazik (@ebenezer_bentum) June 29, 2019
0-0 draw not bad, but quite disappointed with the sluggish display by some of the stars, esp Jordan. We lack consistency, winning mentality, and quick football. There’s also unnecessary turning on ball comfortable play and the zeal to move the ball forward to their own half….
— Adams (@OsmanHuduAdams1) June 29, 2019