Former Ghana captain, Asamoah Gyan, has hit out at midfielders of the national team for not passing the ball to strikers who make good runs.
Gyan took to twitter to express his frustration during the Ghana vs Nicaragua friendly, which the Black Stars won 1-0.
Though Gyan does not mention names, it is believed he was referring to Inaki Williams who played as Ghana’s lone striker against the Central Americans.
Throughout the game, Williams made some great dashing runs but the final ball was never passed to him, prompting Gyan to take to twitter to comment on the development.
“A striker makes a good run and no pass. Very frustrating,” he tweeted.
A 35th minute goal from youngster Abdul Fatawu Issahaku gave Ghana victory in Spain in their penultimate pre-World Cup friendly. The team lost 3-0 to Brazil four days earlier.
Ghana will next take on Switzerland in November in their last preparatory game before the World Cup begins on November 20, 2022.
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