Coach Manu Garba has hailed Nigeria’s Flying Eagles after they beat their Ghanaian counterparts 2-0 in a second friendly played in Tema on Wednesday.
“We had a much better second half after our pep talk at half time. It was also a better performance for my team than what we showed in the first match,” praised Flying Eagles coach Manu Garba.
“Ghana too are a very good team and I tip them to go past Group B at the AYC.”
Ghana Black Satellites coach Silas Tetteh said the Flying Eagles are a very good team who gave his team a very good test.
“They are a compact team who showed very good understanding meaning they have been playing together for some time now. It was good to play against such a team,” he said.
“But despite the fact that we lost, we also gave a good account of ourselves as we finalise our preparations for the championship.”
The first test match between the two 2015 African Youth Championship-bound teams ended 2-2 in Accra on Monday.
Like it was in the first match, Wednesday’s match was one of two halves – the Ghana Black Satellites dominated the first half and the Flying Eagles bossed the second half to make the most of their chances and win the game.
Skipper Musa Muhammed put away a penalty in the 70th minute after a Ghana defender handled the ball inside his box.
Substitute Ifeanyi Matthew doubled the Flying Eagles lead in stoppage time, when he finished off a flowing attack with a powerful shot from the top of the box.
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