Inaki Williams and Salisu Mohammed have earned better ratings over Jordan Ayew, Felix Afena Gyan and some players that started the game against Brazil yesterday. Inaki Williams was rated 5 while Salisu Mohammed was rated 5.5.
Inaki Williams and Salisu Mohammed were introduced into the game as they came for Kamaldeen Sulemana and Felix Afena Gyan, who started the game but could not impress.
Felix Afena Gyan was rated 3.5 as Kamaldeen Sulemana got 4.0. Skipper Dede Ayew - who was almost involved in a fisticuff with Casemiro - was rated 4.5. Kudus Mohammed earned highest rating of 6.
Daniel Amartey and Alexander Djiku were rated 5.0 each.
Black Stars of Ghana lost by three unanswered goals to Brazil, with all goals scored in the first half of the encounter. Head coach Otto Addo made changes to the team in the second half, which saw the introduction of Inaki Williams, Salisu Mohammed and others, and that stabilized the team.
Black Stars play Nicaragua on September 27, 2022.
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