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Former Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan says his biggest regret in his entire professional career is missing Ghana’s crucial penalty against Uruguay in the 2010 FIFA World Cup quarter-finals, eventually missing out on further making history at the world’s biggest stage.

Gyan was known for his brilliance in attacking positions and his ability to score crucial goals for teams he found himself playing for.

He is Ghana’s record goal scorer.

Gyan insists that his penalty miss in 2010 is one that will live with him in his memory for a long time, just as every top footballer has bad moments in their career.

Speaking in an interview on Onua TV on the Maakye morning show, Gyan said: “I live in my dream and everyone sees the passion I play football with. That penalty miss was my biggest regret. That’s the only negativity that can be associated with me.”

Asamoah Gyan helped Ghana to the Africa Cup of Nations finals in 2010 and led the Black Stars to the finals in 2015, alongside three successive FIFA World Cup campaigns in 2006, 2010, and 2014.

He holds the record for the most goals by an African player in World Cup history.

By Prosper Kuzo|3Sports||Ghana