MATCH REPORT: Ghana 3-1 Benin - Richard Danso's brace save Black Satellites from home defeat Featured
04 Aug

MATCH REPORT: Ghana 3-1 Benin - Richard Danso's brace save Black Satellites from home defeat

The Black Satellites of Ghana came from behind to beat the Benin U20 team in the Africa Youth Championship qualifiers first leg tie on Saturday afternoon.
Ghana inflicted a 3-1 defeat on their West African opponents Benin, at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
The Benin U20 dominated the first department of the match as they managed to find the back of the net before the half-hour mark.
Youngster Alllagbani Saliou snatched the opener for the visitors with a brilliant finish on the 28th minute of the game.
Coach Jimmy Cobblah's side tried their luck to level the score as Enoch Atta Agyei squandered a chance on the 35th minute.
The first half of the match ended in a 1-0 in favor of the Beninois.
Back from the break, the Black Satellites of Ghana piled pressure on their opponents to register three goals.
Ghana could have ran riot in the first ten minutes of the second half but the Benin goalie Katchon Abiola denied Enoch Attack Agyei and substitute Elvis Kyei Baffour glaring goal scoring opportunities.
With the inclusion of Elvis Kyei Baffour and Ibrahim Sulley helped Ghana to bang in three goals in the second department of the game.
Two-goal hero Richard Danso grabbed the leveller for Ghana with a cool finish on the hour-mark.
Ghana continued dominating the second half as skipper Isshaku Konda doubled the lead after connecting a corner-kick from Atta Agyei.
WAFA young forward Richard Danso netted his second goal of the day to complete their home victory with a sumptuous strike on the 84th minute.
Ghana will square off with Benin in the second leg next week.
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