Sporting activities News of Wednesday, 15 May possibly 2019
Black Queens coach Mercy Tagoe Quarcoo was left content with his side’s efficiency in their goalless draw against Cote d’Ivoire in the ongoing WAFU Zone B Women’s Championships on Monday.
Ghana unsuccessful to earn their 3rd consecutive game in the event right after dispatching Senegal (2-) and Togo (6-) in their two former matches.
The Queens dominated proceedings nonetheless they unsuccessful to discover the again of the internet but in accordance to the 45-year-outdated gaffer she was information with the exhibit of her players on the working day.
“I was quite amazed with the participant because they had been tactically disciplined. We played the full 1st fifty percent in the 50 percent of the Ivorians and had it not been the rain, we would have scored about a few aims,” she said.
“We did every little thing we experienced to do together with hitting the crossbar but we could not. All the exact, I am information with the outcome we acquired.”
The result placed Ghana in second put in Group A driving Cote d’Ivoire even with the two teams staying on 7 factors owing to the Ivorians exceptional aim variance.
Ghana will experience both Nigeria or Mali in the quarterfinals of the competitiveness. The two nations will face each individual other on Tuesday to figure out who finishes leading of Team B.