Tactically disciplined Mambas stopped us - Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu
The four-time Africa champions were held to a zero-all stalemate against Mozambique on Sunday in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, stand in skipper of the team in the absence of Asamoah Gyan, believes the tactical style of play of the Mozambique team made the game difficult.
"They were very tactically discipline today. They didn't give us the spaces to play our own game and they attacked a bit," the Udinese midfielder said in post-match meet the press.
Ghana created numerous goal scoring chances to, but fluffed them in the game a win could have qualified the team to Gabon 2017 with games to spare.
Agyemang-Badu reckons all is not lost yet, but says there is more room for the team to improve.
"We got a couple of chances which we should have won the game, but we couldn't. We got 1 point and we are keeping everything ahead of us.
"We have one game at home game and one away; if we can win the one, we will qualify to AFCON 2017. It is not bad, but there more room for improvement.
"We will keep going. Congratulations to Mozambique, they have a very wonderful team and play comfortable on the ball," he noted.