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Pictures: Ghana holds final training session ahead of international friendly against Uganda

Ghana has completed its final training session ahead of an international friendly against Uganda, scheduled to take place in Morocco on Tuesday.

The session, held in Marrakech, was a tactical fine-tuning exercise aimed at helping the team regain its composure following a narrow 2-1 loss to Nigeria in another friendly match.

The match played at the Grande de Stade Marrakech, saw the Super Eagles take an early lead through goals from Cyriel Dessers and Ademola Lookman.

Despite being a man down, the Black Stars showed resilience and managed to pull one back in the 95th minute through a penalty expertly converted by Jordan Ayew.

The training session was meticulously supervised by head coach Otto Addo, who was ably supported by his assistant coaches. The team’s focus was on analyzing the areas of improvement identified from the Nigeria game and implementing necessary adjustments.

The Ghanaian squad, known for its resilience and determination, is expected to bounce back strongly against Uganda. The team is keen on using this friendly as a platform to rectify any lapses and build momentum for upcoming engagements.

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