IGP will probably arrest Asamoah Gyan over 2010 penalty miss-Afia Schwarzenegger (Watch)

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Afia Schwarzenegger has been spotted in a new video saying the rate at which the new Inspector General of Police (IGP) George Akuffo Dampare is discharging his duties with ruthlessness, Asamoah Gyan could be on his radar. 

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Afia said Gyan’s heartbreaking penalty miss caused a lot of death and while others passed out hence he’ll be dragged to face the court of law on the same tangent as Shatta Wale and Medikal.

Recall that Asamoah Gyan, missed a crucial penalty kick at the 2010 World Cup, denying Ghana the chance of becoming the first African team to reach the World Cup semi-finals which broke hearts across the continent.

Ghana was eventually bundled out of the competition through penalty kicks after the scoreline remained 1-1 in regulation time, shortly after Dominic Adiyiah’s goal-bound header was cruelly stopped by Luis Suarez who was then with Athletico Madrid with his hands.

The loss and all the drama that shrouded that particular match has become iconic and indelible in the hearts of not just Ghanaians, but almost all Africans and beyond.

Ghanaians have not forgiven their leading marksman as a result of the heartache he caused them and that marked the beginning of the frosty relationship Ghanaian fans developed for Asamoah Gyan.

He literally slumped from a hero to a villain and that is how the situation has remained till this day. Gyan himself admitted that loss is still haunting him.

Watch the video below;

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