The coach of the Black Stars of Ghana, Milovan Rajevac has attributed Ghana’s loss to Morocco in the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON) to missed chances.
According to him, his side failed to make use of the opportunity that came their way during the match, and in the end, they were punished.
Ghana lost their first match in the crunchy encounter played on Monday, January 10 by a goal to nil courtesy of a goal from Sofiane Boufal who pounced on a loose ball to fire home in the 87th minute.
In his post-match interview, the Serbian said;
“It was a tough match and we were expecting that because Morocco is one of the best teams on the continent and it was also the opening match of the group.
We did not take our chances in the game and I think the Moroccans were lucky in the end. We were expecting the game to end in a draw.
I want to congratulate the Moroccans on their win and my boys for fighting really hard. We have two matches left in the group so we have to concentrate on them so we can progress to the next stage.”