‘Like Messi and global trophies’ – Ghanaians respond to U23 Afcon destruction to Cote d’Ivoire

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Many took to online life to share their considerations on Tuesday’s failure on account of the youthful Elephants  For the third time in 2019, Ghana have been endured a punishment shootout anguish at a universal competition.

What’s more, for the third straight time, Ghana have missed out to Cote d’Ivoire on punishments at a significant title. Tuesday’s 3-2 misfortune in the semi-last of the Africa U23 Cup of Nations in Egypt is the most recent disillusionment.

After twice returning from behind to hold the youthful Elephants to a 2-2 after extra time, the Black Meteors’ expectations of verifying a first capability for the Olympic Games since 2004 hit a tangle following the shoot-out misfortune at Cairo International Stadium.Editors’ Picks

It adds to Ghana’s punishment misfortunes, having been taken out of the 2019 Afcon on punishments in the Round of 16 by Tunisia and lost to Senegal in the last of the 2019 Wafu Cup of Nations. Article proceeds beneath

It was additionally the third straight misfortune to the Ivorians at significant competitions following annihilations in the last of the 1992 and 2015 Afcon finals.

The following are some internet based life reaction after the most recent misfortune on Tuesday:

Ghana’s punishment shoot-outs up until this point.. This year alone👇👇👇Ghana versus Tunisia AFCON….. 🇬🇭Lost❌Ghana versus Senegal WAFU….🇬🇭Lost❌Ghana versus Ivory Coast U23…. 🇬🇭Lost❌This is truly bad😂😂😂😂#BlackMeteors—P•H•A•R•R•E•L•L🇺🇸🇬🇭 (@_MizterLover_) November 19, 2019Good thing my calendar was unreasonably stuffed for football. This game would have completed me.— Godfred Akoto Boafo (@eastsportsman) November 19, 2019Ghana and punishments resemble Messi then universal trophy #BlackMeteors—PlayBoi Young 🎭 (@PlayBoi_Young44) November 19, 2019If Kwabena Owusu was aware of punishment shootouts, particularly those that included Ghana, he would have realized that such balls can’t beat the goalkeeper.Addae, Adiyiah, 2 Mensahs, Gyan and so on.— Muftawu Nabila Abdulai (@Muftawu_Nabila) November 19, 2019#BlackMeteors didn’t see top at this AFCON-U23. Every one of the four groups they played against played superior to them.— GH. Warren Buffet #BossitUp (@JosiahMawuena) November 19, 2019yet another punishment end, from #BlackStars to #BlackMeteors, wouldn’t we be able to simply do me practice? #howCanTheLoveCome—N.G.O (@ngoahamos) November 19, 2019#BlackMeteorsGhana Education Service must present Penalty kicks as a course—Felix Mayes 💚 (@Jnr_Mayes99) November 19, 2019#BlackMeteorsNow that we know loosing punishments is in our DNA,we need not to stress.— morningdew🇬🇭 24th February (@aga_niba) November 19, 2019GFA would before long turn out to state they would sort out a punishment taking league.This would help Ghana football..#BlackMeteors #CitiSports—iamwuly (@WulyJones) November 19, 2019Ghana truly got punishment issues. Should we contract blessed messengers from paradise for this task?🤔😳 #BlackMeteors #BringBackTheLove—Kelvin M. Ashong (@Mawunya_) November 19, 2019Once once more, we agonizingly leave a competition through punishment shootouts 😭😭😭#BlackMeteors—Abdul-Lahie Abdul-Rahim Naa (@Naaninche1) November 19, 2019We have missed this one to the finals however will in any case get the opportunity to play for the third spot that will see us in Tokyo 2020..#Blackmeteors#bringbackthelove#TeamGhana—Bright Brown (@bright_brownn) November 19, 2019There is a third spot match to play and meet all requirements for the Olympics. One greater opportunity so please lads🔥🙌🏻@OwusuKwabena97 @kurtokraku #TotalAFCONU23 #BringBackTheLove #BlackMeteors—Angel Fiifi Sconi🇬🇭 (@guysconi) November 19, 2019The #blackmeteors fellow he play the panenka punishment style dier on the off chance that he miss like he for walk come Ghana😂😂— Mr. Martin (@_oseii) November 19, 2019

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