Ghana and WAFA youngster Sampson Agyapong has been ruled out of the ongoing U20 AFCON following his scary injury in Ghana’s second group game against Morocco.
A scary moment swept through Ghana on Friday when the young winger collapsed after a Moroccan player’s knee went straight into his face.
Sampson was rushed to the hospital immediately and regained consciousness after strenuous efforts from the medical staff.
A huge sigh of relief swept through Ghana with the news of U20 player Sampson Agyapong regaining consciousness after collapsing during the AFCON clash with Morocco on Friday night.
The WAFA youngster went off completely after a Moroccan player’s knee landed straight in his face, forcing him to collapse instantly after hitting the ground.
The player after regaining consciousness was discharged from the hospital band joined his team mates afterwards.
Sources close to the team in Mauritania have disclosed that the WAFA winger has been ruled out of the tournament after further medical checks.
Ghana will, therefore, miss the services of the swift winger who was expected to be the ‘Game Changer’ for the Ghanaians.
The WAFA youngster had just warmed himself into the game and was set to rock the Moroccans when the unfortunate incident happened.
The game eventually ended 0-0 but Ghana still lead the table with 4 points and 4 goals.
The Satellites will come up against Gambia in the last group game of the tournament on Monday.