Malaba - Andre Ayew has lamented Ghana’s failure to convert their early chances in the 2-1 loss against Senegal on Monday, SuperSport reports.
The Black Stars, playing in their recently adopted 3-5-2 formation under new coach Avram Grant put up some decent performance in the first half amidst lots of wasted opportunities.
Ayew gave Ghana a first half lead after converting a 14th minute penalty won by Christian Atsu. Senegal stopper Bouna Coundoul had fell the Chelsea attacker in his box.
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Senegal who had adopted same tactics in order to neutralise the Black Stars quickly changed their play with the introduction of Lamine Gassama just at the resumption of play for the second half.
The Teranga Lions controlled much of the second half and Mame Biram Diouf’s persistence paid off when his header beat Ghana goalkeeper Braimah for the equaliser. Substitute Moussa Sow finished the business for his side with what was virtually the last kick of the game.
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