Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan has jumped to the guard of Felix Afena-Gyan following the young person’s blended execution against the Central African Republic (CAR).
The previous Sunderland and Al Ain forward accepts Ghana’s midfielders aren’t making an adequate number of opportunities for the aggressors to benefit from.
The Black Stars were held to a 1-1 attract their second Group E round of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers on Sunday.
Having convincingly beaten Madagascar 3-0 in Cape Coast last week, Otto Addo’s side was wanting to make it two successes from two however were halted abruptly.
An early objective from Mohammed Kudus was counterbalanced by a brutal exertion from Karl Namnganda late in the primary half as the two groups shared the crown jewels.
In spite of scoring his presentation worldwide objective in the whipping of Madagascar, Afena-Gyan was punishable for some messy play on Sunday and it was his lost pass that prompted the CAR’s adjuster.
The 19-year-old, thusly, went under analysis from a segment of Ghanaian fans, with a taking to Twitter to hammer his presentation.
In any case, responding to the analysis, Gyan, who is Ghana’s unequaled top-scorer with 51 objectives, said Afena-Gyan did perfect against CAR.
He noticed that most strikers will generally surrender when there’s no quality inventory from the center of the recreation area, while asking Ghana’s midfielders to face challenge.
In a reaction to a post by Joy Sports writer Owuraku Ampofo, Gyan stated: “He is finishing a few beneficial things proactively. His hold up play isn’t awful. All the group need to do is to really trust him and supply the balls whenever he makes a go through channels. Striker surrenders when he runs a great deal and there is no stockpile. Midfielders need to face challenge.”
In the interim, the Black Stars stay at the highest point of Group E of the 2023 AFCON qualifiers with four places, close by Angola.