Black Stars striker Mathew Amoah has hit out at his critics, saying that criticisms on his inability to score goals at Angola 2010 are unfair.

Amoah, who was Ghana’s top scorer in the 2010 Africa Cup and world cup qualifiers with five goals, failed to replicate his form in Angola where he made four appearances.

Critics have said that the Nac Breda striker has consistently not performed well in major tournaments after showing early promise in the qualifier, using his performance at the 2006 African Cup of Nations and the World Cup as reference points.

In an exclusive interview with Citi Sports, Mathew Amoah said such suggestions are unwarranted.

He said though Ghanaians do not appreciate his efforts to the success of the Black Stars, he will continue to remain strong and committed to the national team.

“Ghanaians don’t appreciate anything, people can say whatever they like …I played two matches in this tournament…and I did what the coach wanted me to do, I played both as a striker and as a midfielder…so I am not bothered by what Ghanaians say. I know I did my best according to the coach’s decision”, he added.

Source: Citifmonline.com

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