Midfielder Derek Boateng and unused striker Ben Acheampong are reported to have been punched by security personnel after a post-match melee.
“The judgement is there for all of you to make. You saw what happened on the pitch but we want to put on record that we to view the tapes of what happened after the match and if two of our players Ben Acheampong and Derek Boateng were punched, we will have to take it up to CAF,” Ghana FA spokesperson Ibrahim Sannie-Daara said the post match conference.
“This is unacceptable in African football. The Zambians were very nice to us until the game.
Also, some officials were not allowed entry into the VIP lounge and that did not go down well with the Ghana FA.
“Officials of the Ghana Football Association were put in the midst of supporters. It is unfair,” Daara added.
“We didn’t come to war, we came to play football and you won the game, well it’s good but the underhand dealings and the way we were treated is utterly unfair.
“I mean the board members of the Ghana FA were put into the crowd is unfair. We wouldn’t do that to Zambia in Accra. “
Ghana have lost to the Chipolopolo twice in four months after a semi-final 1-0 defeat at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.