Following Ghana’s elimination from the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), teenage midfielder Mohammed Kudus has shared his feelings and thoughts on the competition.
The Black Stars’ trip came to an early end as they were eliminated from AFCON in a sad manner. Kudus, who is renowned for his energetic and deft play, offered his opinions on the team’s performance as well as the difficulties they faced in the competition.
Kudus voiced his regret at not going farther in the tournament in a social media post. He emphasized the significance of regrouping, taking lessons from the event, and concentrating on future chances while acknowledging the high expectations and aspirations of Ghanaians.
He emphasized the necessity for cooperation and unwavering fan support, saying that while losses are inevitable in sports, the squad is committed to coming back stronger.
“To the heart & soul of 🇬🇭 Ghana. Falling short at my debut #AFCON23 is a hard reality we face together but as a playing body we take full responsibility. We deeply regret not meeting your hopes this time. Your enduring support is our motivation to strive in commitment in making you proud in the future. #KudusDream #UnlesstheykillGOD #TMC