Black Stars head coach – Milovan Rajevac has explained the cause of Ghana’s lackadaisical second half display in their 1-1 game against Gabon in Yaoundé yesterday.

The four-time AFCON champions [Black Stars] broke the deadlock through captain Andre Dede Ayew’s textbook finish in the 19th minutes, but Ngowet Allevinah pulled parity for The Panthers in the 88th minutes.

Speaking in a post match interview coach Rajevac noted that his team lost focus along the way, but assured that they’ll do well to wrestle for the three points in their last game against Comoros:

“It was a difficult and competitive game. We were supposed to end the match winning, but as in the first game we lost concentration.

“I think in the next game we will do better and we will be able to collect the three points to move on to the next stage. We need to stay focused and be strong-minded to move on.”

Black Stars captain – Andre Ayew who won the Man of the Match added that Ghana will win their game against Comoros to help them qualify them to the round of 16 phase of the competition.

“I hope we win the next game against Comoros; four points will be enough to move on. We are Ghana and we will win the next game, God willing.”