I'm sorry - Caleb Ekuban apologises to Ghanaians after Black Stars loss

I'm sorry - Caleb Ekuban apologises to Ghanaians after Black Stars loss

Black Stars forward Caleb Ekuban has reacted following the team’s elimination from the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON).

Caleb Ekuban has rendered an unqualified apology to Ghanaians after Black Stars failure to progress to the next stage of the competition.

The four-time African champions lost via 5-4 on penalties after the regulation time ended 1-1.

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During the penalty shootout, the only Ghanaian player who missed his kick was Ekuban.

However, Ekuban who is hearbroken has apologized to Ghanaians for letting the nation dow,

He took to Twitter and wrote, “I’m really sorry.

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With the loss, the Black Stars would have to wait for another two years before trying to end their trophy drought.

The last time Ghana won the championship was 1982 which took place in Libya.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Ghanaian fans expressed their displeasure with respect to referee Victor Gomes performance during the game.

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According to these fans, the referee treated Ghana unfairly by disallowing a decent goal scored by Andre Ayew.

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