Ghana Black Meteors goalkeeper, Richmond Ayi has given rave reviews about the Asian continent after a brief visit to Japan and Korea.
Ayi was a member of the Black Meteors squad that suffered a 15-2 cumulative drubbing against Japan and Korea in their international friendlies.
The team’s first journey to Japan took 20 hours exclusive of transit in Ethiopia and Korea before landing in Tokyo.
Ghana suffered a 6-0 and 4-0 defeats in their first and second games respectively to Japan.
The second game against Korea ended 3-1 and 2-1 respectively to cap a 15-2 fall for the Ghana U-23 side.
However, having journeyed across the two Asian power houses and enjoyed some luxury and good hospitality, the Hearts of Oak second choice has commended their technological and humanitarian qualities.
“A continent of technology and good people, very respectful and humble people we encountered.
“We had super nice hostels to lodge at and for their delicacies, though we weren’t familiar with most but we had the best . Strict COVID-19 protocols were observed, disciplinarians they are.
“Their COVID-19 quarantine center was cool .
“Then, they have nice pitches at their stadiums.” Richmond Ayi told Africa-foot.com.
Ayi, formerly of West Africa Football Academy, played in Ghana’s second game in their 4-0 loss to Japan.
The Black Meteors are back home after the disastrous tour of Asia.