Black Meteors central defender, Frank Kwabena Assinki has picked the Japan friendly as the toughest from their horrible Asian tour.
The Black Meteors played four friendly games against Japan and Korea over two legs each.
Ghana’s disgraceful outing began with a 6-0 defeat to Japan in their first clash with the second game finishing 4-0 in Japan’s favour.
A cumulative 10-0 defeat over the two legs meant the Japanese were superior to Ghana and Assinki admits it was a difficult game for the team.
“In all I will say it was the Japan game that was most difficult.
“It was the toughest game for us because against the Koreans, we had already got our rhythm.
“So we were able to come into the game at least.” Frank Assinki told Africa-foot.com.
The Black Meteors’ second game was against Korea where they lost 3-1 and 2-1 over two legs to cap the Asian tour with a cumulative 15-2 defeat.
Assinki is one of the National U-20 players from the 2021 Africa Youth Championship winning team in Mauritania to be selected for the international friendly.
He played his Ghana football with Inter Allies before joining Danish club, HB Koege in a long term deal.
He was however sent on loan to lower tier side, Roskilde KFUM for more playing time where he garnered three games with no goals and assists.