LE HAVRE, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 23: Inaki Williams of Ghana argues with Fabinho, Alex Telles and Neymar of Brazil during the international friendly match between Brazil and Ghana at Stade Oceane on September 23, 2022 in Le Havre, France. (Photo by Mark Leech/Offside/Offside via Getty Images)

Black Stars striker, Inaki Williams, has picked out Ghana’s second half performance against Brazil as a positive thing to build on following a rather underwhelming 3-0 defeat to Brazil in Friday’s international friendly.

The Black Stars conceded all 3 goals in the second half before Otto Addo made changes in the second half, with Williams brought on for his Ghana debut.

The changes in both personnel and system brought about an improved performance in the second half, where the team did not concede and hit the cross bar with an attack of their own.

“Yeah it was not good match because Brazil is a good team. I think the second half, if Ghana is to play like Ghana, this is the line to continue and I am very happy to stay here,” Inaki told 3Sports.

“I am very happy, my parents are very happy, my grandpa is very happy Ghana is jumping to me and I am very very happy. The match is not good but I am going to put everything to put Ghana at the top.”

The Black Stars face Nicaragua on Tuesday September 27 in Spain in another preparatory game ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in November in Qatar.

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