Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan limped off in the first half of his side 1-0 loss to Egypt and was replaced by Jordan Ayew.
According to Pulse.com.gh, a disappointed Gyan admitted his injury was a bad one.
“I am in pain at the moment. I felt pain in my abductor and I knew it was bad. I will have an MRI to ascertain how bad the injury is then we will make a decision.”
Gyan, who was making his 100th appearance for Ghana blamed the poor pitch at the Stade du Port Gentil.
“The pitches have been frustrating. I earlier told my players to be wary of muscle injuries because of the poor pitches and here I am a victim”.
Ghana will travel to the city of Oyem where they will face the Democratic Republic of Congo on Sunday in the quarterfinals