Player Ratings: How the Black Stars fared against Tunisia

A resurgent Tunisian side has ended Ghana's Africa Cup of Nations dream after stunning the Black Stars 4-5 in post-match penalties in their round of 16 clash played at Ismailia Stadium on Monday night, July 8.

The Carthage Eagles stun Black Stars

Ferjani Sassi's strike in the shoot-outs was the difference as the penalties settled the match that ended 1-1 after regulation time.

Pulse.com.gh rates how the Black Stars players fared...

Richard Ofori - 6/10: Spectacular performance from the Maritzburg United goalkeeper but had no chance in the penalty shootouts.

Andy Yiadom - 5/10: - Decent performance by the right back. A few faulty passes and did not offer any threat in attack as he failed to make a cross into the box for the attackers

Baba Rahman - 5/10: A bit jittery and quite unsure of his play. Had one or two crosses right but was largely ineffective on the left flank.

John Boye - 5/10: Looks to lack a bit of pace and was in trouble in one on one situations.

Kassim Nuhu - 5.5/10: Showed leadership in defense. Kept the Tunisian attackers quite in the second half.

Afriyie Acquah - 5/10: Stared the game so well but was largely missing in the second half. Could not exert his authority in the game.

Mubarak Wakaso - 6.5/10: Tireless worker in the middle. But had lots of shots off target.

Thomas Partey - 5/10: The Atletico Madrid star has had an underwhelming Nations Cup. Largely missing in the game. Could not exert his authority in the game.

Jordan AYew - 6.5: Decent performance from the Crystal Palace striker. Offered a lot of support defensively and a bit slippery for Tunisian to handle. Missed a glorious chance late in the game to win the match for Ghana

Samuel Owusu - 5.5/10: Offered pace in attack but could not impose himself in the game despite beginning the game.

Andrew Ayew - 5.5/10: Got a goal ruled out and was involved in some midfield battle but was not at his vintage best.

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