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Ghana U-23 coach, Malik Jabir, has stated he’s going for victory against Nigeria U23 side on Wednesday September 9, at the All Africa Games in Brazzaville, Congo.
In their first group B match which was played on Snday, Ghana and Senegal settled for a 0-0 draw.
According to cafonline.com, Jabir who was reacting to their stalemate, described Senegal as a good side.
“Senegal is a good team. As coach, it is a long time since I saw them play. It was a discovery for me. I tried to learn more but this was not possible. I hope we will do better against Nigeria in our next game.”
Nigeria, Ghana and Senegal are the only teams in Group B of the men’s football event of the All Africa Games following the withdrawal of Egypt.
Meanwhile, the Super Falcons got off to a flying start at the games after they thrashed host, Congo, 5-1.
Desire Oparanozie (four goals) and Chinasa Uchendu (one goal) were the scorers for the Falcons.