Ghana have been eliminated from Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon last night after four-time AFCON champions suffered shocking defeat to Comoros on Tuesday evening.
The Black stars need to win against Comoros in order to book their place in knockout stage of the competitions but unfortunately they ended the matches with lose.
After losing to Morocco before conceding a late equaliser against Gabon, the four-time AFCON champions have made a very slow start to must-win clash against Comoros after Ben El Fardou fired Comoros ahead within 4 minutes.
Ahmed Mogni delivered a spectacular goal to doubled Comoros lead in 62 minute of the game. Two minutes later Ghana restored themselves and found back of the net.
Richmond Boakye netted from corner. The defender direct his header on target, and he contorts to send a looping effort high inside into the near side-netting.
Tenth minutes later, Ghana scored their second goals of the night after Thomas Partey wins a colossal, and he header at the near post, flicks to the far, before Alexander Djiku taps home.
The Black stars starting find the winner goal but unfortunately Ahmed Mogni delivered a eye-catching goal to eliminated Ghana from the tournament.
Since Ghana have been dumped out of the competition, Thomas Partey is expected to return to Emirates as soon as possible but he likely to miss Thursday’s Carabao Cup semi-final second-leg tie against Liverpool.