It’s Truly A Sad Day For Ghana Football – Sonnie Badu

Award winning Ghanaian UK based musician Dr Sonnie Badu, has reacted to Ghana Black Stars game against Gabon.

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The Black Stars today disappointed all Ghanaians after sharing point with Gabon in the ongoing going TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations 2021 in Cameroon.

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Ghana took the lead through captain Dede Ayew’s goal but was equalized by Gabon’s super-sub Jim Allevinah in the 88th-minute.

Ghana is without win after two games after losing to Morocco in the first game. Ghana will face Comoros on Tuesday.

Reacting after the game the preacher said it will take miracle for Ghana to qualify to the next stage of the competition.

Ghana midfield was very weak. It’s truly a sad day for Ghana Football, he added.

Read his full text as he shared it on his Facebook page with a photo of Black Stars squad below;

Unless there is a miracle, I don’t really see us going through. It was a no brainer for them to equalize, the midfield was so weak and there was nothing happening there. Now Comoros is no walk in the park, even if we win, Gabon has to loose against Morocco who has already qualified. If we will have any chance of qualifying, then it means we have to win 2-0 or 3-0 … the problem is our strikers are not @asamoah_gyan3 or Tony Yeboah who are ruthless. It’s truly a sad day fro Ghana Football … and this late substitution 🤦🏾 Was the coach wearing a different watch?

Check the standing in Ghana’s group;


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