Black Stars midfielder, Mohammed Kudus have lamented on the Black Stars predicaments at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar, saying the team have learnt lessons after their group stage exit.at the ongoing world cup tournament and.
The 22-year-old Ajax midfielder expressed his consent about the disappointment Ghanaians faced after the team lost against Uruguay on Friday December 2, 2022.
Speaking after Ghana’s exit from the ongoing tournament, the midfielder encouraged the team to stick and work together for better results next time and also promised Ghanaians that the Black Stars will do better next time.
Ghana just needed a draw in their last group game against Uruguay to progress to the knockout phase but fell to a 2 – 0 loss at Al-Janoub stadium, with Andrew Dede Ayew missing a crucial penalty.
The failed revenge got many Ghanaians disgusted, which Mohammed Kudus understands and addressed.
“I know they are very disappointed right now, but I really want to thank them for their support and prayers from the beginning till now not forgetting those who flew from Ghana to come and support us over here. We will keep improving as humans and then we will do better.” Kudus said to Ghanaians.