It took the splendor of Inter Allies goalkeeper Kwame Baah to keep the guests from balancing in the early minutes of the match before the home side scored four unanswered goals to win the match.
Having begun the match gradually, Coach Ibrahim Tanko’s men in the end slithered into the diversion and took control constraining their rivals to sit somewhere down in their half. Their endeavors were compensated on the fourteenth moment when aggressor Kwabena Owusu twisted on into the top corner past the range of the Gabon goalie.
From that point on, a lot of individual play kept the group from getting any extra goals in the main half as they were unfit to make obvious objective scoring openings.
Only two minutes into the second half be that as it may, German based assailant Bernard Tekpetey who is presently on credit at Paderborn from Schalke 04 riffled one into the back of the net from outside the 18 yard box. With 15 minutes staying till the finish of procedures, pacey midfielder Osman Bukari solidified the triumph for Ghana by scoring a support.
The resonating triumph implies the Black Meteors have an immense preferred standpoint going into the second leg to meet all requirements during the current year’s u-23 AFCON which will be organized in Egypt this September.
The second leg will be played in Gabon on Tuesday, 26th March 2019 at 14:30GMT. The group to qualify will confront the victor of the two-legged tie between Equatorial Guinea and Algeria in the last round of the qualifiers. On the off chance that Ghana can endure to the U-23 AFCON, they will likewise get the opportunity of making it to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
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