Ghana international Mohammed Kudus says the playing body accepts the responsibility for the Black Stars’ inability to make it to the next stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The Black Stars were knocked out of the group stage after losing to Uruguay in their last group game on Friday, December 2, having won one and lost the other games in Group H.
According to the 22-year-old, the team let the country down with their performance and they can only accept responsibility.
“A team is like a puzzle, every jigsaw piece is important to solve a problem or complete a picture,” he wrote on his social media platform.
“When Ghana needed us the most, collectively by our arts we painted an unpleasant picture souring 12 years of pain. As a team, we take responsibility for letting Ghana down but we pick the positives to grow.
“History has proven that the most valuable arts came from good to great with time & purpose. Thank you for the love & support,” he added.
Kudus starred for Ghana and scored two goals and assisted one goal after featuring in all three group matches at the World Cup.