Otto Addo, the head coach of the Black Stars, has acknowledged that poor player decisions caused his team to lose to five-time world champions Brazil.
At the Stade Oceane in Le Harve, France, on Friday night, Brazil defeated coach Otto Addo's team 3-0.
The Selecao easily defeated the Black Stars thanks to goals from Marquinhos and Richarlison in the first half.
Otto Addo started the game with a slightly inferior lineup, which contributed to the team's loss.
Otto Addo, though, claimed full responsibility for the defeat and said he has learned from the experience in preparation for Tuesday's game against Nicaragua.
"I'll start with myself; perhaps that was the problem.
"I need to think about it again and evaluate myself, but I'll also consider the guys."
He remarked at the post-game press conference, "I am involved as well." It's not like when we play poorly, it's always the boys' fault.
The Black Stars' next task is to prepare for their upcoming match against Nicaragua on Tuesday, September 27, in another friendly in Spain.
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