Asamoah Gyan
Asamoah Gyan

Asamoah Gyan has humorously revealed what he said following the Black Stars' critical penalty miss during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

Gyan missed a critical penalty against the South Americans in stoppage time, which ultimately resulted in Ghana's elimination in the shootouts, just as Ghana was poised to go to the semifinals of the Mundial.

In 2010, the Black Stars were given a late penalty when Luis Suarez stopped a header in overtime with his hand.

After the game finished at a stalemate, Ghana, which was competing in its second world championship, fell 4-2 on penalties.

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When questioned about the first words he said after missing the kick at the Romanus Incomplete Comedy Show, said that they were “Me Wu,” which is Chinese for “I'm dead.”

At the ceremony, the former Sunderland striker received recognition for his outstanding contribution to the development of Ghanaian football and for finishing his career as the country's leading scorer with 51 goals.

In the 92-year history of the FIFA World Cup, has scored more goals than any other player from Africa.

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Since leaving Ghana's Premier League team, Legon Cities, Gyan has not played any professional football.