Dark Stars forward, Jordan Ayew, may have been the best of the 22 men who highlighted in Tuesday’s Group F conflict among Ghana and Benin in the 2019 Total Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt yet left the contribute a fairly torn state inwardly.
The honor for his great execution did not coordinate the outcome he needed from the game as Ghana drew 2-2 with Benin.
The Swansea City forward, who spent keep going season on credit at Crystal Palace, scored Ghana’s second of the night in the 42nd moment to put the Black Stars ahead after they had fallen behind in the second moment.
The outcome left Ayew very miserable yet he was philosophical about things.
“I am encountering blended emotions since I needed to win. I needed the three points yet shockingly, we couldn’t get them because of the challenges that rose after the red card (to John Boye).
However, reasonable play to Benin, my partners and I think it was a decent game for the fans. That is the thing that football is about. It is tied in with satisfying however I have blended emotions.”
Jordan Ayew and his colleagues should lift themselves up and prepare for their second round of the gathering against Cameroon on Saturday.