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2022 WAFU B: Ghana Edge Côte d’Ivoire In Five-Goal Thriller To Clinch Third Place

2022 WAFU B: Ghana Edge Côte d’Ivoire In Five-Goal Thriller To Clinch Third Place

An injury time goal earned hosts Ghana a hard fought 3-2 win against Côte d’Ivoire in the third place match at the 2022 U-17 WAFU Zone B tournament on Friday.

After losing to Nigeria and Burkina Faso in the semi-finals, both Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire headed into the match with the hope of ending their campaign at the tournament on a high.

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With the game tied at 2-2 and heading for penalty shootout, Abdul Razak Salifu netted in the 92nd minute to seal the win for his side.

Côte d’Ivoire had taken the lead in the seventh minute but Abdul Rashid Adam equalized for Ghana just two minutes after the opening goal.

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Ghana then went 2-1 up in the 57th minute before Makhete Moustaha N’Diaye made it 2-2 on 72 minutes.

And in two minutes of added time Salifu emerged the hero as he bagged the winner to end the tie 3-2 for the hosts.

Later on Friday inside the Cape Coast stadium. the Golden Eaglets will battle Burkina Faso in the final.

Both finalists will represent the WAFU Zone B at next year’s U-17 AFCON in Algeria.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 25
  • Up Murderfucking Ghana!!!!!
    Small time they’ll start calculating Silverwares. At least this one don join, at all at all na him bad.

     
    • Punkass! You fool pass the word fool. Stupid anago monkey…kwasia!

       
      • Proverbs 26:4-5.
        In case you don’t really know yourself.

         
      • Baller 101 2 months ago

        Lolololooooooil…. guy na so the matter pain you reach? But the guy no lie naw???

         
  • olumine 2 months ago

    Selfmade slave where are you

     
    • Selfmade KING 2 months ago

      Am inside ur wife bedroom room having a good time with her whiles u here waiting for me and fooling haha

      Haha 

      My bro how far now lol

       
  • Obest 2 months ago

    Self-made slave,at last your baby black shit stars needed help from the sea to win a weak ivorian side
    Hahaha

     
  • Moses Inyang 2 months ago

    This 3rd place amounts to nothing. It does not take anybody to the u17 AFCON or the u17 world cup. Up Ghana the great underachievers of Africa !!!

     
    • Selfmade KING 2 months ago

      How are we great underachievers when we are the only AFRICA nations to have won two fifa tournaments 

      Under 17

      Under 20

      Nigeria only fifa under 17 and nothing else 

      Ivory Coast -0

      Egypt-0

      Cameroon-0

      Senegal-0

      Morocco -0

      Algeria-0

      With the exception of Ghana, no one has won 2 fifa organized tourneys 

      So shut the hell up 

       
  • John-I 2 months ago

    I told you guys of the referee’s tribe. He’s GA-Adangbe man. Historically, they have a lot in common with Yoruba’s. They and Ewes are more accommodating than Akans.
    So far, he’s being very fair to Golden Eaglets, almost every decision has gone Nigeria’s way, even to the fury of Ghanaian fans (who’re obviously supporting Burkina Faso). Lol

    Nigeria 1-1 Burkina Faso

     
  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 2 months ago

    Is the game not on today> Abi is today not Fri 24th? If so –
    Why all the hush and absolutely zero stories live blogging for the match, or is it not today?
    Secondly I need to know, Please is this a Ghanian or Nigerian website? – I ask for so many reasons but for simplicity, let me keep it to 2 brief reasons-
    1) How come the ghana black shits game is splattered all over the front page and there’s no mention of the Nigerian game at all? (If indeed the game is on today?)
    2) With some of the disgraceful display and abject lack of home training or common human decency shown oh here by some of those jailbirds, paedophiles, beggars and thieves from that shit dead end, last place on earth called ghanland – one cannot help but wonder if there is any etiquette regulation or moderation going on in this here ogba – If there was then many of those bonehead weapons from down under aka shit land aka ghanland would have been well and truly locked up and had the keys thrown away by now.
    Bloody civilians!

     
  • John 1 please the link to watch the match

     
  • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

    That number is just committing fowls in vital areas. Why did Ugbade drop that number 10 Okeke?? Is he injured?? He was a big foil for Oyebanjo and Ebube Okere in the middle. 

     
  • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

    Champion o!! Champion o!! Ole!! Ole!! Ole!! 

     
  • We are the Champs… Up Eaglets

     
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    CONGRATULATIONS for EMERGING THIRD GHANA…

     
  • pompei 2 months ago

    Jokes aside, one Ghanaman that impressed me was that Appiah lad, the number 11.
    He’s actually a Ghanaboy, as he can’t be more than 18. He’s one of my favourite players in the tournament.
    His dribbling skills and football sense was a delight to watch.
    He will soon be invited to the Banku Shysters, me thinks.
    One day soon, he might be leading a Ghanaman assault against Nigeria. He is a talent to watch.