Ghana coach Maxwell Konadu has confessed that he was left quite unhappy as his side lost to Nigeria in their 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations final Group A match on Monday.

He described his team’s 2-0 loss to rivals as ‘a bad day in the office’.

Two second half goals from Anthony Okpotu and Peter Eneji, sealed qualification into the semi-finals of the 2017 WAFU Cup for the home-based Super Eagles.

Reflecting on Ghana’s loss to Nigeria, Konadu admitted that his side was second best throughout the encounter.

“I think the game against Nigeria was a difficult one, but all the same I have to congratulate the boys for what they did even though we lost game, they played through a lot of difficulties,” Konadu told Wafucup.com.

“We have to congratulate Nigeria, they took their chances and played very well. It was a day, nothing really worked for us.

“We will go back, rest well and recover for Thursday and the semifinal.”

Ghana will face the second placed team in Group B on Thursday in the first semi-final at the Cape Coast Stadium, while the home-based Super Eagles of Nigeria will take on the winner of Group A also on Thursday.

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