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FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: India vs Ghana Live – Eric Aiyah completes his brace as hosts go 0-2 down

12 October, 2017 3:48 PM
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FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: India vs Ghana Live – Eric Aiyah completes his brace as hosts go 0-2 down

With still a bleak possibility left in stepping onto the next round of the tournament, the Indian Colts face the Black Starlets, who had lifted the trophy twice in their footballing history.

Welcome to the Live Coverage of India’s third and final group-stage match in the FIFA U-17 World Cup. It is India against Ghana at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi. Here you can catch the Live commentary and updates (Where can you watch it online?)

'41 - Dheeraj charges out, but fails to clear the ball fully as Arko-Mensah lofts it over the keeper....just outside the post. Saved!!

'37 - 48 per cent ball possession for India. That is surely a good sign for the hosts, isn't it?

New Delhi: The Indian Colts turned out to be huge surprise when glimpses of their attacking skills not only helped them script history, but also they drew all-round praise from all over the nation. And now they are all geared up for one last test of character in the FIFA U-17 World Cup when they face former champions Ghana in their final Group A encounter at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi, today. (IND vs GHA – Match Preview)

India had found their way into the U-17 World Cup by virtue of being the host nation. And after their 3-0 drubbing by the USA, not much hope resided by their side. But the young Indian squad, stunned the home fans with their inspirational piece of footballing skill against Colombia. In fact, that was the very match when Jeakson Singh scored India's first-ever World Cup.

"The boys want to finish the competition on a high with a very good impression. I think people are proud of the way the boys are playing and I am proud as a coach. They want to give not only 100 per cent but 200 per cent tomorrow and we are ready to die for the project (of Indian football)," India coach Luis Norton de Matos said.


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