‘We conceded two late goals against Congo because of inexperience’ – Ghana goalie Ibrahim Danlad


Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC goalie who’s the first choice goalkeeper for Ghana’s Olympic team, Ibrahim Danlad has attributed Ghana’s two late goals conceded against Congo to lack of experience.

The deputy captain says the team doesn’t have enough experience at this stage and that played a huge role in the team shipping in two late goals after taking 3-0 into additional time period.

According to him, all the players at camp were unhappy about the two late goals the team conceded and are keen to make amends in subsequent matches starting against Morocco on Tuesday before Friday’s clash with Guinea.

“After the game against Congo, all the players were not happy because of what happened and it’s normal. A lot of us have not got this kind of experience,” Danlad said.

“I know what can come when you lose concentration at some point. With the technical team, they will just bring everyone on board and know how to go in the next game.”

Emmanuel Yeboah scores brace and assisted FC Nordsjaelland star Ernest Nuamah to score the other goal to help Ghana win 3-2.

The Black Stars team will take on hosts, Morocco who also won their first game today in Rabat at 8pm with qualification to the semi-final staring at both teams.

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