Ghana bowed out of the 2021 African Cup of Nations on Tuesday evening without a single win to their name.
The Senior national football of Ghana went into the last Group C game with one thing in mind, win.
The first 25 minutes of the game is probably the worse display ever in the Ghana Blackstars’ AFCON history.
The team realized it's a competitive match and not a friendly when the captain of the side got sent off.
Surprisingly after the red card the one-sided game became even but the final scoreline wasn’t as debutant Comoros got their first-ever AFCON win.
Joe Wallocott 3/10
The Swindon Town shot-stopper couldn’t stop any ball any time Comoros team breached his defence.
Andy Yiadom 4
For the first time in the tournament Andy Yiadom was given the license to overlap like a modern fullback but his crosses brought no success. Defensively he was really bad like all members of the back 5.
Rahman Baba 3
The Reading left-back had a very poor game even by his fallen standard.
Daniel Amartey 3
The most experienced member of the back 5 was the worst on the day. His error gave the Comoros the lead after only 4 minutia play
Alexander Djiku 4
He scored on the day but did a very poor job in his primary duty as a defender.
Thomas Partey - 3 Much was expected from the Arsenal man going into this game but just like the 1st two games, he was average at best.
Daniel-Kofi Kyereh 5
He was Ghana’s best player on the day. His deliveries from set-pieces was the only threat Ghana posed to the Comoros keepers all game.
Fatawu Issahaku- 4
The African U-20 Best Player showed some promise but in games like this promises aren’t enough.
Kamal Deen Sulemana 3
The Rennes wonder kid was in a wonderland this evening. He was confused on the pitch and contributed almost nothing in attack.
Jordan Ayew 4
The Crystal Palace attacker was more interested in winning fouls than helping Ghana win the game.
Andre Ayew 3
He was poor by his lofty standards till his harsh red card in the 25th minute.
Edmund Addo 5
He brought in assurance to the midfield in the 2nd half
Boakye Yiadom 5
The giant striker scored in the 60th minute, after 4 minutes on the pitch. His height was a threat to the Comoros team during set pieces
Joseph Painstil 4
He wasn’t too much time twisting and turning when he was expected to whip in crosses
He had 10 minutes to help Ghana get the win when the game was tied at 2-2 but did nothing meaningful.
By: Akromah Hawk