Ghana's U-23 team coach Ibrahim Tanko believes his side suffered an unfortunate defeat to Egypt in the U23 AFCON tournament.
The Black Meteors lost to Egypt after twice taking the lead in a highly tensed game at the Cairo International Stadium.
Meteors recorded their first gaol just six minutes into the game through Captain Yaw Yeboah.
The lead lasted till the 12 minutes when Mohammed Mustapha equalised for the young Pharoah’s .
Ghana regain their lead in the second half after Samuel Obeng netted just a minute into the second half.
Ramadan Sobhi had the second goal for Egypt after waves of attack detangled the Ghanaian defense to level results with 8 minutes left after goalkeeper Kwame Baah spilled the ball.
The young Pharaohs took charge of the game from thereon and deservedly grab the winning goal courtesy Yasser Rayan six minutes later.
"We played a great game but lost in the end, this is football. I congratulate Egypt on qualifying. We will play to win against Mali and hope for a favorable result from Egypt match against Cameroon," Tanko said after the game.