Ghana Didn’t Learn From What Happened At 2014 World Cup – Kevin Prince Boateng
Kevin Prince Boateng has reacted to the Black Stars of Ghana disgraceful exit from the 2021 African cup of nations in Cameroon.
According to the Hertha BSC forward, Ghana refused to learn from the mistakes they made at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The West African powerhouse eliminated from the tournament after getting only a point from their 3 games in the group stage.
They lost their opening game by 1-0 to Morocco, draw 1-1 to Gabon, and lost 3-2 to Comoros.
This is the Comoros first time qualifying to the AFCON, and they lost their 2 group games against Morocco and Gabon without scoring a goal, but ended up by disgracing Ghana 3-2 in the last group c match.
And this was the first time the four times African champions have crashed out of an AFCON without a single win, and the first time they’ve exited at the group stage since 2006.
Prince Boateng reacting to this while speaking to fans in a Twitter space said;
“In 2014 we had more talent than the 2010 team, but the team spirit was lacking and that’s why we couldn’t beat Portugal and Germany” he said
“When we came in 2014, many of us felt like superstars, we had become so big since 2010 and maybe that affected our outlook and we didn’t try and create a good atmosphere.”
“We didn’t learn from 2014, you see France [when they exited 2010 world cup in group stages] they took their experience and became a family,” the former Barcelona midfielder added.