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Ghana U20 deputy coach Nurudeen eyes victory over "strong" Senegal tomorrow Featured
05 Feb

Ghana U20 deputy coach Nurudeen eyes victory over "strong" Senegal tomorrow

The Ghana U20 team will leave no stone unturned in their second match in Group B of the 2019 Africa U20 Cup of Nations, according to the assistant trainer.

Black Satellites assistant coach Amadu Nurudeen has said that his team are confident of beating Senegal in their second game on Wednesday.

The one-time FIFA U20 World Cup champions will be battling out with Senegal at the Stade de Maradi tomorrow.

He believes his side is highly motivated to record the another win after whipping Burkina Faso in the Group B opener on Monday.

"Senegal is a strong side because they have a good youth set up but we have put yesterday's win aside and we're now concentrating on them [Senegal]." Coach Nurudeen said ahead of the match.

"Whatever be the case we will play and we're motivated to win"