The linesman's flag denied the Black Stars a late victor in the 93rd minute after Raphael Dwamena hit the back of the Ugandan net from a rebound off the goalkeeper.
The Black Stars are scheduled to end their training camp in Kenya Thursday ahead of their must-win 2018 World Cup qualifier against the Cranes of Uganda.
This is not separated from the goalless draw that occurred in the fifth matchday of World Cup 2018 qualifying zone Africa Group E third round between host Uganda and Ghana at Mandela National Stadium, Kampala, Saturday (7/10/2017) afternoon local time.
The FC Zurich goal poacher was inside the box to slot home a rebound after Richmond Boakye-Yiadom's long-range shot came off goalkeeper Dennis Onyango but referee Daniel Bennett did not point to the centre circle after spotting his assistant raise the flag for offside.
"How on earth can this goal be disallowed?"
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The disallowed goal caused huge outrage among Ghana fans and beyond, their displeasure very apparent on social media.
Instead, they now sit two points behind Uganda and three behind Egypt who top the group with a game in hand against Congo.
Cranes skipper Denis Onyango has complained that the nation's authorities are not serious about football after their draw with Ghana on Saturday. Frank Acheampong's appeal for a second-half penalty was also turned down.
"The GFA respectfully asked Federation Internationale de Football Association to consider the possibility of a replay in order to serve the ends of justice without fear or favour", the statement added.