We have to work on our attack – Akonnor after Ivory Coast draw

Ghana coach Charles Akonnor has raised concerns about the attacking force of the Black Stars after failing to score a goal in two consecutive friendly matches.

This comes at the back of a goalless draw with Ivory Coast on Saturday, just few days after their inability to find the net in Rabat when they played Morocco.

The result of not scoring means the team couldn’t record a win in any of the two games this month.

Speaking after the game, Akonnor said: “What we have done in Morocco and today’s game shows a lot of improvement.

“We still have a lot to improve in the attacking area. If there is anybody anywhere that is good we will hand in a call-up. But for now, we have to work on those available because without goals you can’t win games”.

The Black Stars will start the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in September against Ethiopia.

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