Ghana U20 beat Egypt to win three-nation tourney

Published on: 12 July 2012

Ghana's Under-20 beat Egypt 3-0 in Accra on Thursday to win the three-nation tournament.

The Black Satellites needed to make amends after throwing a 2-0 lead against Namibia last Sunday to draw 2-2.

Heart of Lions striker Benjamin Fadi opened the scoring from the spot after a Ghanaian player was fouled in the penalty box.

Wa All Stars midfielder Seidu Salifu doubled the lead before the interval.

After recess, Latvia-based Patrick Twumasi added the third by connecting home a cross but the goal scorer minutes later saw red.

Ghana finished with four points, Namibia was second with two points and Egypt had one point.

The Black Satellites next assignment will be against Uganda in Kampala on July 27 in a 2013 African Youth Championship qualifier.

Comments

  • Ali fobia
    says: 6 years ago
    Congrats!! to them d sky sh'ld b ur limit
  • Modern Guy
    says: 6 years ago
    Bye Bye Orlando Wellington. Is it a coincidence that after the departure of Orlando Wellington, the Black Satellites are beginning to win games? This could be the beginning of brighter things to happen. Just as it was when AVB left Chelsea, so shall it be for the Black Satellites in God's name. Go for Gold in Africa and go for gold in the World. God bless Ghana when the right things are done
  • Carlos or Cady
    says: 6 years ago
    Gd start for the new gaffer at our u20 side the sky is the limit but them grounded and aline they are good players they don't need build a big ego
  • Quecu Dua
    says: 6 years ago
    Now let the stupid big mouth Ansong come and talk about Kumasi coaches. we don't need Asokwa coaches nor Gamashi coaches, or even Esikado, Chapel Square, Anyinam, Kokosigyaso, or Community 5 coaches; we only need COMPETENCE if the person is from Walewale or Zablugu we don't really care, we want results like what we gotten today, period!!! Congratulations, Max Kay and your U20s, go go go high!!!!!!!!
  • King Wise Don Fuzzy
    says: 6 years ago
    It is a good one there and kudos to the salites. I just pray they are all under 20
  • Chinchinga Lapaz
    says: 6 years ago
    Good results and the teams confidence is back