Ghana’s head coach Milovan Rajevac has expressed satisfaction with Jordan Ayew’s performance against Zimbabwe on Saturday night.
The Black Stars hosted the Warriors at Cape Coast Stadium yesterday in a Group G match of the Africa Qualifiers of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying.
On game day, the failed Jordan Ayew kicked off and brought Mohammed Kudus to goal to give Ghana the lead.
Despite not scoring a goal himself, at the end of the competition he received applause from Ghana’s head coach Milovan Rajevac.
“Jordan tried to do his best and the attacking players, both on the wings and himself, tried and did a lot of work. Especially after the 1-0 win, we still had a great chance, but unfortunately we didn’t use it.
“After the game they got tired and we had to react and bring in some new players to replace them, but depending on the situation and circumstances he fought well and I can be satisfied with his efforts,” said coach Milovan Rajevac after the game.
Jordan Ayew is expected to start again for Ghana in the second leg against Zimbabwe in the World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday.