Head coach of the Black Stars, Otto Addo has rated the team seven out of ten after their slim win against Nicaragua.
Fatawu Issahaku’s first-half curler helped the Black Stars of Ghana to secure a 1-0 win over the North American side in their international friendly game held in Spain on Tuesday.
The gaffer said there were lots of positives to take from the game which was played four days after their 3-0 defeat to the five times champions of the World, Brazil.
Quizzed after the game about the performance of the Black Stars, Otto Addo said; “The highest is seven. It is seven because everything from what I saw and what we trained went well. It is just that we have to score.
“So, I like the runs behind the defensive line, I like the passes in between the lines, I like the turns up, I like the running positions. So, I love a lot of very very good things. Good timings with the positioning of runs,” he added.
The German-based tactician also admitted that the team needed “to be a little bit more composed and a little bit cooler on the ball. We have to be a little bit more precise instead of just hammering the ball into the goal.”
The Nicaragua result has triggered concerns on social media about the preparedness of the Black Stars for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar.