Kevin Prince Boateng Apologizes to Ghanaians Over How His Career Ended With the Black Stars
- Kevin-Prince Boateng has shared his disappointment after his short-lived Black Stars career
- The 35-year-old's time with the senior national team ended at the 2014 World Cup
- Boateng was expelled from camp before Ghana's final game against Portugal
Hertha Berlin midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has regretted how his time with the Black Stars of Ghana ended.
The German-born Ghanaian enjoyed a good time with the four-time African champions and was one of the stars of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
However, four years later, Boateng would be banished from camp alongside Sulley Muntari over misconduct.
Boateng's last game in the Black Stars jersey was against Germany at the 2014 World Cup.
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“There were some reasons that didn’t work out how we wanted,” he told Oma Sports TV, as quoted by Pulse.
“There were some misunderstandings, I feel sorry it ended like this because after 2010 we could have built something very good because we had a great team. I wish the Black Stars nothing but the best and I will always be a fan.”
The 35-year-old made 15 appearances and scored two goals for Ghana, including a strike against the United States in the round of 16 at the World Cup.
Boateng is in the final year of his career after stating he will retire at the end of the Bundesliga season.
K.P Boateng hails Mohammed Kudus
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Kevin-Prince Boateng has been impressed by the performances of Ghana midfielder Mohammed Kudus at the World Cup in Qatar.
The Ajax midfielder has been in blistering form for the Black Stars, scoring two goals and providing an assist in two matches.
Kudus was the Man of the Match on Monday with his brace, as Ghana defeated South Korea 3-2 at the Education City Stadium in an epic encounter.
Boateng named ambassador for Euro 2024
Kevin-Prince Boateng will play a huge role before, during and after Euro 2024 following his appointment as the ambassador for Berlin.
Germany will host Euro 2024 and the Ghana international has been handed the role of being the ambassador for the city of Berlin.
Following the draw for the qualifying rounds of Euro 2024, the 34-year-old was announced the representative of the German capital.
Source: Sports Brief News