The Black Starlets of Ghana are on their way back home from the U-17 World Cup after losing 2-1 to Mali in the quarter finals.
Mali took a 2-0 lead in rain soaked condition at the Indira Gandhi stadium. Ghana pulled one back through a second half penalty, but where unable to peg Mali back and stay in the competition.
Well, they are currently in India so can you blame them? They are just taking the ‘Ghana life’ down there.
Kumkum Bhagya is the ish in Ghana now and if a whole second lady went to meet the stars why not so-called U-17 players.
The Black Starlets cruised to a 2-0 victory over Niger at the U-17 World Cup to set up a massive quarter final clash against African champions Mali.
Captain Eric Ayiah converted a first half penalty to give Ghana the lead, with Richard Danso sealing up the victory with a stoppage time screamer.
The Black Starlets of Ghana put up a masterclass in attacking performance in their final group game to beat hosts India by 4-0 at the ongoing U-17 World Cup.
Captain Eric Ayiah struck either side of half time to give Ghana a commanding 2-0 lead, before Danso and Toku added the icing on the cake deep into the second half.
The Black Starlets stumbled to a 1-0 loss to the United States of America in their second group game at the U-17 World Cup.
After a hard fought 1-0 win over Colombia in the first game, the Starlets were once again wasteful in front of goal and were punished mercilessly for it.
The Black Starlets of Ghana started their world cup campaign on the right foot after they registered a hard fought 1-0 win over Colombia in New Delhi.
Sadiq Ibrahim converted a cross from captain Eric Ayiah in the first half to signal lift off for a team with designs on winning the ultimate title.
The Black Stars of Ghana have been drawn against hosts India, the United States and Colombia for the upcoming Fifa U-17 World Cup.
At the draw held in Mumbai earlier today, Ghana received a tough draw, including a game against host nation India.
Young skillful lads of the Ghana under 17 National team won the love of many with their goal-scoring spree at the ongoing African Championship in Gabon but that shine nearly eluded the youngsters when they played 90 minutes goalless against Niger in the semi-finals.
Paa Kwesi Fabian’s side demonstrated prowess to win the game within the ninety minutes but Nigerien goalkeeper Gabriel Leveh made heroic saves for his side as the two teams also hit each other’s goal posts.
Five key members of the Ghana national U-17 team, the Black Starlets, have contracted malaria in Gabon, two days before the team’s crucial semi final tie against Niger.
The Black Starlets are currently unbeaten in the ongoing tournament – the African U-17 championships – and are considered favourites by many.
The Black Startlets of Ghana walloped the U-17 side of Cameroon by 4-0 in the first group game of the just commenced African Junior Championships on Sunday.
The team, after their massive win, were jubilant on the way back to their hotel.