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Video: Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan upset after Black Stars draw against Gabon
- Former Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has been left bitterly disappointed after the Black Stars were held by Gabon at the Africa Cup of Nations
- The West African giants saw an 18th minute lead cancelled by the Gabonese side with two minutes remaining
- It is the second time the four times African champions are conceding late at the tournament
Legendary Ghanaian forward, Asamoah Gyan almost broke down to tears after watch the Black Stars disappointingly throw away an early lead to draw 1-1 against Gabon.
Andre Ayew had scored an 18th minute belter to give Ghana the lead, but Jim Allevinah's 88th minute equalizer meant Ghana could only settle for a draw.
Gyan, who is working with SuperSport as a pundit, expressed disappointment and insists the team should not be losing concentration in games like that.
“I’m not happy. We deserved the three points. Unfortunately, we lost concentration, and we can’t keep conceding late goals," he said on SuperSport.
The Black Stars have only a point from two games and will now have to beat Comoros with a good scoreline to stand a chance of finishing one of the best third place sides.
The four times African champions are hoping to end their 40-year wait for the AFCON title, but it looks like that will be an uphill task with the way the team has started the competition.
Asamoah makes punditry debut on SuperSport
Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, Asamoah Gyan, Ghana's all time leading scorer has successfully made his transition from the pitch to the TV screens, as a football pundit.
The goal-monger provided razor sharp analysis on his punditry debut on SuperSport TV for the match between the Black Stars and Morocco.
In photos posted on Twitter, the legendary forward was all suited up as he wowed viewers with his expert contributions. Read more:
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The 32-year-old netted stunner to break the game's deadlock in the 18th minute, but the West African giants failed to win the match after Jim Allevinah's 88th minute strike ensured the game ended in a draw.
In photos posted on Twitter, the Ghanaian forward is seen receiving his award despite the disappointment of seeing his goal cancelled by the Gabonese.