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Asamoah Gyan cries uncontrollably, Andrew Ayew disappointed at Ghana's draw

Asamoah Gyan sobs excessively, and Andrew Ayew is dissatisfied with Ghana's 1-1 draw again Gabon.

During the present African Cup of Nations in Cameroon, Asamoah Gyan, a legendary Ghanaian footballer, voiced his disappointment with the Black Stars' 1-1 draw with Gabon. Despite a strong first half effort, Ghana was unable to overcome Gabon in the second half, drawing the match 1-1.

After losing a goal in the 89th minute, the Black Stars were unable to salvage a point against the Panthers. However, late in the game, Jim Allevinah scored from close range, seemingly denying the Black Stars a point for the first time in their history of the African Nations Championship.

Ghana took the lead through Andrew midway through the first half, but Gabon substitute Jim Allevinah equalized in the 89th minute with a penalty kick. In an interview with Supper Sports, Gyan expressed his disappointment with the results, blaming the deadlock on a lack of concentration and the injury to Baba Iddrisu. Gyan is currently a pundit for the network.

In an interview with Supper Sports, Gyan expressed his disappointment with the results, blaming the deadlock on a lack of concentration and the injury to Baba Iddrisu. Gyan is currently a pundit for the network. Skipper Andrew is displeased with the manner in which Gabon played fair against the dogs and equalized against Ghana in the World Cup qualifier. This resulted in a fight between the two teams at the conclusion of the 90-minute game, with a red card being awarded to a Ghanaian player (Benjamin Tetteh)...

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