Qatar 2022 World Cup: ‘Don’t blame only Dede Ayew for Ghana’s exit; we didn’t take our chances’ – Kudus

Ghana midfielder, Mohammed Kudus, says team captain Andre Dede Ayew shouldn’t be blamed for Ghana’s group stage exit from the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

According to the Ajax midfielder, it will be cheap to blame Andre Ayew for the elimination from the Mundial.

The Ghanaian captain had his early penalty saved by Sergio Rochet before Uruguay scored twice quickly within six minutes to beat the Black Stars 2-0 on Friday at Al Janoub Stadium.

Speaking to the media after the game, the 22-year-old Kudus granted a mature interview diverting blame from the underfire Ghana captain.

“The easiest thing we can do is to blame one person [for the elimination] or whichever. In the second half, I also got chances that I could have scored; some could be qualified as a penalty also, so we all had chances to have an effect in the game. I don’t really think the penalty has an effect on the whole performance. Andre is a great leader and a great captain.”

“After the penalty miss, he was still in the game, and stood up for the whole team like everyone did, but the result went the other way, so we learned from it and stay positive,” Kudus said.

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