Thomas Partey: Black Stars Midfielder Breaks Silence After Ghana’s World Cup Group Stage Exit

Thomas Partey: Black Stars Midfielder Breaks Silence After Ghana’s World Cup Group Stage Exit

  • Black Stars midfielder Thomas Partey has penned a touching message to Ghanaians
  • Heading into the 2022 World Cup, Partey was tipped as one of the stars to watch for
  • However, some believe his performance in Qatar has failed to live up to expectations

Thomas Partey has broken his silence, following Ghana's elimination in the World Cup group stage.

The Black Stars of Ghana crashed out of the tournament on the back of a disappointing two-nil defeat at the hands of Uruguay.

Partey, who came under serious criticism for his lacklustre World Cup campaign, has still paid tribute to the teeming fan base of the Black Stars for their unflinching support for the team.

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Thomas Partey played all three of Ghana's group games at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Photo credit: @GhanaBlackstars
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Despite Ghana's early exit from the Mundial, the 29-year-old midfielder reckons the team will improve on its World Cup shortfall and come back stronger in subsequent tournaments.

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Thomas Partey's message following Ghana's exit from the World Cup.
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What's next for Partey?

He is expected to link up with his Arsenal teammates for the warm weather training in Dubai, as Mikel Arteta takes his team through their paces ahead of the Premier League return after the World Cup.

Suarez masterminds another Ghana downfall

Uruguay crashed out of the World Cup on Friday, despite beating Ghana 2-0, after South Korea scored a late winner in the other Group H match to leapfrog the South American side.

Giorgian De Arrascaeta netted twice in quick succession in the first half, with 35-year-old Luis Suarez having a hand in both goals.

However, Suarez finished the match on the bench in tears as the news came in of the Tigers of Asia's last-gasp victory over the Selecao, which meant the Asian side had moved above the Uruguayans into second place in Group H on goals scored.

Lamptey expresses gratitude to Ghanaians

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana defender Tariq Lamptey has expressed gratitude to fans of the Black Stars, for their overwhelming support of the team at the World Cup in Qatar.

The West Africans exited the tournament at the group stage after a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Uruguay on Friday.

However, Lamptey believes the team will build from the disappointment of Qatar and come back stronger in the future.

Source: SportsBrief.com