AFCON 2015: Jordan Ayew laments Ghana’s loss of concentration in Senegal clash

Jordan Ayew is rallying support for the team ahead of their next Africa Cup of Nations group game against Algeria, insisting the Black Stars are ‘down but no dead’.

Pressure is mounting on the team following their sloppy 2-1 defeat to Senegal in the group’s opening game in Mongomo on Monday.

Mousa Sow stole the show with the match-winner on the stroke of full-time to hand the Terranga Lions the well deserved win.

The Ghanaian striker has lamented about the loss but says the West Africans will live to fight another day.

“In the first half we played really well but in the second half we withdrew; playing backwards and we conceded that goal,” Jordan Ayew said.

“We needed to fight tonight and go home at least with a draw. A lack of concentration cost us but we are down but not dead. We will see what will happen in the next two games,” he added.