Ghana’s Andre Ayew lived a nightmare against Uruguay: his daughter fainted and was taken to hospital

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The name of Andre Ayew has been mentioned in the last few hours due to what happened during the match between Ghana, his team, and Uruguay. The striker was able to open the scoring in 21 minutes, but missed the shot. Without suspecting it, this action brought consequences that affected the footballer’s personal life.

According to reports from the international press, the daughter of the African attacker fell apart after her father missed the maximum penalty against the ‘charrúas’. In fact, the star of the national team was replaced at half time by his teammate Osman Bukari and went to see her little girl.

Later, through a publication on social networks, the member of Al Sadd confirmed the version that circulated in the media. “My daughter was rushed to the hospital. Thank God Almighty, she is getting better.”he expressed.

In the same post, Ayew revealed that he experienced another very complicated episode due to the loss of his godson. This occurred on the eve of the debut in the World Cup. “It has been a very difficult time for me in recent days. I lost my godson the morning before the Portugal game.”he asserted in relation to the game on November 24.

Of course, the international assured that there is a lesson learned after the recent experiences he has had in the middle of the World Cup. “These difficult times will inspire me to come back stronger and better in the future and I think the ‘Black Stars’ will too”said.

Farewell to Qatar 2022

Although the team had chances to advance to the round of 16 (they had to beat Uruguay), the Ghanaian cast quickly said goodbye. Despite the result, Ayew commented: “I am very proud of all my teammates for showing wonderful team spirit on and off the field, for our country.”.

Along the same lines, the striker stated: “In our true Ghanaian spirits, we will never say die, until the bones rot. Thank you all for your prayers and unconditional support.”.



Source: Elcomercio

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