Black Stars skipper, Asamoah Gyan could have his Africa Cup of Nations campaign cut short due to an injury he suffered in Ghana’s last Group game against Egypt.
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Ghana was dealt a huge blow when the on-loan Al Ahli striker pulled a muscle strain in the table-topping decider against the Pharaohs.
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The Black Stars lost the game 1-0 thanks to a ferocious free-kick from Mohamed Salah, however, their captain’s situation is a cause for worry.
The former Sunderland striker is now at risk of missing Ghana’s quarter-final date with DR Congo, and possibly the rest of the tournament.
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Gyan told the BBC: “I’m in pain right now. I don’t know the extent of the injury; we have to go for an MRI scan,” dding that “I’m desperate to come back and I’ll try as much as possible but if I cannot, it’s part of the game.”
Ghana face an anxious wait to see if the striker will be fit enough to feature in the subsequent matches of the Africa cup of Nations.