By Ameenu Shardow
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Ghana coach Evans Adotey has charged his team not to relent on their efforts despite securing top spot in the U17 Women’s World Cup group ahead of the final game against Canada.
The Black Maidens have a perfect record in the ongoing tournament being staged in Costa Rica having beaten Korea DPR and Germany in their opening group games.
Ghana is guaranteed top spot even with a defeat to Canada in the final group game on Saturday.
But coach Adotey wants his team to keep up their guard to retain their impressive start to their World Cup campaign.
"I want to have a hundred percent record," the Ghana coach said on Thursday.
"It's an all-out game against Canada. I want to claim the maximum points and keep a clean sheet. My major target is the knockout stage."
"We are not going to consider any team, not even Canada. I want to win as well."
Ghana hopes to go at least one better than their impressive bronze medal feat achieved at the last World Cup two years ago in Azerbaijan.