Ghana’s Black Satellites have booked their spot in the semi-finals of the WAFU U-20 title following a 1-0 triumph over opponents Nigeria.
Precious Noah’s freekick from the edge of the crate fixed the success for the Satellites with ten minutes left in the game.
Ghana verged on scoring the opener part of the way through the main half when Dreams FC midfielder Mohammed Sulleyman’s weak exertion was gotten by the Nigeria goalkeeper.
Captain Daniel Afriyie who watched thoroughly out of the game had openings in the game which he neglected to change over.
In the subsequent half, the Nigerians heaped tension on Ghana however some splendid guarding against the group kept them under control.
Goalkeeper Ibrahim Dan Lad was likewise capable and made some significant recoveries to keep Ghana in the game.
Coach Karim Zito supplanted Daniel Barnieh in the second half with Eleven Wonders forward Abdul Mugeez who made advances on have any kind of effect.
Mugeez ought to have scored whenever he had two great chances however it was his spills that caused the Nigerians inconveniences.
He was brought down in one of those snapshots of slyness which brought about a free kick that was scored by Precious Boah.
Ghana will next play Ivory Coast next in the Semi-finals.