“…Anytime I’m Alone In A room, It Just Pops Up In My Mind…” – Asamoah Gyan.

Asamoah Gyan Photoshoot on His Birthday.

From the way things are going, it looks like the former captain and the un-retired footballer Asamoah Gyan still can’t get over the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. 

A slide quote from Joy Sports reveals that Asamoah Gyan recalled those horrible memories during the 2010 World Cup when Ghana faced Uruguay.

The former Sunderland striker said, “I had to cry, you know, because I thought like I came from hero to zero. I let the whole continent, my country down. Like anytime I’m alone in a room, it just pops up in my mind”. 

Asamoah Gyan & Kojo Asamoah During 2010 World Cup In South Africa.

He revealed that I was going to my left side of the goalkeeper. I saw him going to the left and then I saw him going to my right where I was shooting the ball. 

“… I didn’t know how the ball went up. Technically there was something wrong, I didn’t have the right technique” said Asamoah Gyan.

The versatile talented striker added that “ I was one of the top three best players in the world at that time. I was on top of the world, you know, I was confident. A day before the Uruguay Game I shot 20 penalties against our Goalkeeper at training. I scored all 20.

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