By Ameenu Shardow
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Courtesy African origin Travel and Sports Tourism
Ghana forward Andre Ayew is urging his teammates to get themselves out of their own mess in order to progress from Group G following their 2-1 loss to the United States on Monday night.
The Black Stars struggled to equalize through the Olympique Marseille enforcer having been stunned by an early strike from USA captain Clint Dempsey.
The defeat sees Ghana facing a first ever first round elimination from the World Cup with tough games against Germany and Portugal to come.
But Ayew is willing his side to pull themselves out of their own created ditch in order progress in the competition.
“It is left with two games and no one put us in this situation, we put ourselves in this situation so we have to do all we can to get out of this situation,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“We can [possibility of beating Germany], like the same we they can beat us. This group is going to be very tough.
“I believe if we have a good result against Germany it will come to the last game.
“Everyone should therefore remain patient. We know Ghanaians are hurt and we are sorry for that but we will make sure we change this on Saturday.”