Tunisia coach Sami Trabelsi has described his team’s second half display in the 4-2 defeat to Ghana as ‘dangerous’.
The Carthage Eagles failed to protect a two goal lead as the Black Stars run amok in the second half to score four goals to win the friendly match played at the Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.
The match was played to prepare both teams towards the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.
The Tunisians after going into recess with a comfortable two goal lead didn’t know what hit them in the second half as the Ghanaians came out fighting to win the match in the end.
And coach Trabelsi says his players lacked concentration and played ‘dangerous’ football against Ghana in the second half.
“We played the first half and won 2-0 and played more better than Ghana,” he told Angel FM
“In the second half Ghana played more better because we lost a lot of the balls in midfield and I think we lacked concentration.
“I think my team in the second half played dangerous football. They played most of the ball in our part of the pitch.”
It was the second time in an 11-month period that Trabelsi has tasted defeat at the hands of Ghana as a coach.
His first encounter was in the 2-1 loss to the Black Stars in the quarter final game at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.