Nigerian legend Daniel Amokachi has criticized Rangers defender Kelvin Bassi for his lack of fitness after the World Cup shame.
The Super Eagles were bundled out of Qatar 2022 in a staggering goal elimination for Ghana this week, which included three Ibrox stars, Bassi, Joe Aribo and Leon Balogun.
But Amokachi, a former Everton star and three-time African footballer, was not impressed by Bassi, winning just his second cap for Nigeria and was eventually reduced to two minutes to go for former Rangers flop Omar Sadiq. Were.
He said: “Calvin Bassi was tired after the first half and you could see he had his hand on his waist every time.
“I don’t know why he stayed for so long.
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“The Super Eagles didn’t play at all. The players didn’t show how important it was to them to play in the World Cup. They were playing like they didn’t know there was an away goal rule.
“The urgency was zero from our players.
“The way they played, they didn’t deserve to qualify for the World Cup.
The Ghanaians showed they wanted it more than our boys. His attitude was not good at all and he was careless in his game.
“And that’s what you get when 99 percent of your players are born overseas.”