Ghana coach Chris Hughton has expressed frustration following Ghana’s 2-2 draw with Egypt in their second group game at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast.
Despite leading twice, Ghana failed to hold on for the win, and Hughton believes his team deserved better.
“We will continue to fight,” Hughton said. “It’s true that there’s a lot of frustration in the locker room. Our team deserved more, but football is like that. It’s frustrating. With a similar performance, we would surely have won. Two errors cost us the match. We didn’t take this opportunity to take the three points.”
One of the players who struggled in the game was winger Osman, who was substituted in the second half for Inaki Williams.
Williams had made an error leading to Egypt’s goal, and his replacement Osman committed a similar error and couldn’t recover afterwards.
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