The 28-year-old joined the fray in the second half and showed glimpses of his good self as the record Black Stars fell 3-0 at the Stade Oceane.
He was however a pale shadow of himself in the second game against Nicaragua where Ghana won 1-0 in Spain.
Ex-Black Stars winger, Laryea Kingston however believes Williams is a good striker.
“For me what Inaki [Williams] did in the game was very positive.
“I know most of the players that he played with, they are not used to him.
“He made a lot of positive runs, very good runs that created a lot of spaces for Kudus Mohammed, Fatawu Issahaku and Osman Bukari around the box.
“Sometimes you encourage strikers to make runs to deceive the opponents, just to stretch the opponents across the pitch.
“So it’s not necessary that if you make a run, you will get the ball.
“I’m sure Inaki Williams where he has played football up to, he understands all these dynamics in the game.
“I see him as someone that is going to lead our striking position in the tournament because of the experience and all I have seen about him as a technical person.
“Inaki Williams did not get enough balls but he did the right thing against Nicaragua.” Laryea Kingston told Radio Gold Talk Sport.
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