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2022 World Cup: Ghana deserved more penalties against South Africa - Andre Ayew

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Ghana commander Andre Ayew accepts Senegalese arbitrator Maguette Ndiaye was right on target with his choice to grant the Black Stars a punishment in their 2022 World Cup qualifying conflict with South Africa on Sunday. 

Directing has ruled conversations after the game in the midst of grumblings from visiting South Africa who feel they were given an unfair arrangement by the primary half punishment which Ayew dispatched for the main objective of the match. 

Rushine De Reuck was declared to have pushed Daniel Amartey in the crate following a corner. 

It was a reasonable punishment on [Amartey]. Truth be told, we had opportunities to get more punishments and ought to have been given two more, Ayew said when gotten some information about the occurrence during the post-match question and answer session. 2022 World Cup qualifiers: &#39;Clueless&#39; Black Stars suffer defeat to Bafana  Bafana in South Africa – Dailymailgh

I think we had all the more clear possibilities. Indeed, it was an extreme game, yet we dominated this match good all around. We might have scored more. 

So vital was the punishment episode to the result of the match and a definitive viewpoint of the standings in Group G that it sent Ghana top of the table and into the following round of the opposition. 

Albeit the two groups are tied on 13 focuses after matchday six, just as objective contrast, the Black Stars progress by unrivaled objectives scored advantage. Match Report: South Africa 1-0 Ghana - Bongokuhle Hlongwane&#39;s scrappy late  strike down Black Stars in Johannesburg — Ghana Sports Online

Bafana mentor Hugo Broos was additionally gotten some information about the punishment after the game. 

I couldnt see it. I just saw [Amartey] go down. He went down commonly in the game however I didnt see [that incident]. However, I saw my players were astonished, said the Belgian at the post-match presser. 

It was a game that was played not on level. Ghana needed to win and they won. 

I'm not content with how the ref permitted Ghana to play forcefully. He ought to have permitted [the aggression] for the two sides. 

Safa CEO Tebogo Motlanthe, in the interim, has affirmed they will dispatch a conventional grumbling to Fifa about Sundays episode. Bafana&#39;s 11-hour Ghana trip, diabolical ref, one training session, and  capacity Cape Coast cauldron | Sport

In the third and last round of the qualifiers, Ghana are set for a play-off attach with a still up in the air adversary, with the champs after two legs fitting the bill for the World Cup. 

The Black Stars, quarter-finalists in 2010, are looking for a re-visitation of the worldwide show-stopper in the wake of neglecting to make the 2018 version in Russia.

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