Ghanaian Dancehall artist Shatta Wale has shared his thought about the fiasco around the Black Stars at the 2022 World Cup in a new post he shared online.
The Dancehall act who has been an ardent supporter of the team believes failure will continue to trail the team if we don’t learn how insist love in ourselves.
He however failed to expatiate his theme on how loving one another will promote to success for the Black Stars.
His post comes days after Ghana was cast out of the World Cup by defeat on Uruguay in the last game of their Group H encounter.
The Black Stars technically needed just a draw to advance to the next stage of the competition but eventually lost 2-0 to Luis Suarez’s inspired side.
Recall that Ghana’s first dangerous moves in the Uruguayans’ territory resulted in a penalty in the 19th minute. Although the move by Kudus appeared to be offside, referee Daniel Siebert instead gave Ghana a penalty after consulting with the video assistant referee,VRA.
Andre Ayew, the team captain, offered to take the kick for the Black Stars.
Unfortunately, the Uruguayan goalkeeper went in the right direction to stop Ghana Dede’s sluggish kick which broke the hearts of all Ghanaians and brought a sense of déjà vu.
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