YANSH PHOTO: Reactions from Ghanaians as Daniel Amartey bent his ass wearing 'sky blue' pants in shame after draw with Mozambique at the 2024 AFCON in Ivory Coast KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, January 23, 2024

YANSH PHOTO: Reactions from Ghanaians as Daniel Amartey bent his ass wearing 'sky blue' pants in shame after draw with Mozambique at the 2024 AFCON in Ivory Coast

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Reactions from Ghanaians as Daniel Amartey bent his butt wearing 'sky blue' pants in shame after draw with Mozambique at the 2024 AFCON in Ivory Coast.

Daniel Amartey’s post-match gesture was a powerful statement following Ghana’s 2-2 draw against Mozambique. In a bold move, the Black Stars player removed his jersey and pants, allowing fans to see him in his white underwear. This action seemed to suggest that Amartey was disappointed in his performance and felt he didn’t deserve to represent his country in the Black Stars jersey.

Fortunately, some fans quickly came to his aid, covering him with the Ghana flag and showing their support. This display of solidarity from the fans was a touching moment in the midst of the disappointment from the match.

The incident comes after reports of a clash between Amartey and the Black Stars technical team over his playing time. It remains to be seen what the future holds for Amartey in the senior national team, but his gesture certainly left a lasting impression on fans and the football community.

In games like this, it’s just small margins, the little things. Keep your focus throughout the whole game. We gave away two cheap goals; against Egypt the same thing. We just lost our concentration in the last minute of the game,” Kudus reflected.

The midfielder highlighted the significance of maintaining focus in crucial moments and bemoaned the team’s lapses that led to conceding late goals.

“Today was an easy win for us. Just keep it like that till the end of the game. We were just too sloppy, two silly mistakes. This game was too easy,” Kudus remarked while wiping tears from his face.

Unfortunately, the two well-taken penalties by Jordan Ayew on either side of the half were not enough for Chris Hughton’s side, as Mozambique fought back to restore parity with two late goals.

The draw against Mozambique leaves Ghana with just two points in Group B, while their chances of progressing to the round of 16 are now very slim.

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