Kenneth Omeruo’s second-half header inflicted the Syli Stars with their first loss at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.
Guinea have just one point after two matches and Keita has urged his teammates to remain confident ahead of their next match.
“It wasn’t our day today but we did all we can and played to our level best.
“We have to keep our heads high and move to the next match with an aim to win. It is not yet over and we will fight till the end,” the Liverpool star told reporters.
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