Black Satellites to play in Afcon finals on Saturday after beating Gambi in semi's

Black Satellites to play in Afcon finals on Saturday after beating Gambi in semi's

- The Black Satellites of Ghana beat Gambia 1:0 to make it to the AFCON finals that will be played on Saturday, March 6, 2021

- Ghana's 1:0 scoreline against Gambia was secured by striker Precious Boah with a dumbfounding freekick in the first-half

- Ghana now awaits the winners of the second semi-final fixture between Tunisia and Uganda for a showdown in the final on Saturday

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Ghana's U-20 men's football team, the Black Satellites, have qualified for the finals at the African Cup of Nations after beating Gambia on March 1, 2021.

The youngsters beat their semi-finals contenders with a 1:0 scoreline which was secured by the striker Precious Boah with a dumbfounding freekick.

Abdul Karim Zito’s side made a strong start to the game, with Daniel Afriyie Barnie, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku and Patrick Mensah all getting chances.

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Black satellites to play in Afcon finals on Saturday after beating Gabon in semi's
Black satellites to play in Afcon finals on Saturday after beating Gabon in semi's Credit: pulse.com.gh
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The Satellites continued to dominate possession and were rewarded after the half-hour mark when Boah scored a beautiful free-kick from the outside of the box, as pulse.com.gh reports.

Ghana now awaits the winners of the second semi-final fixture between Tunisia and Uganda for a showdown in the final on Saturday.

Ghanaians are hopeful that no matter which side wins the semi-final clash between Tunisia and Uganda, the Satellites will be able to squash them in the finals and bring home the trophy.

In other news, Attah Gad, a first-year junior high school student in Ghana, has created a moving aeroplane using the container of Sasso insecticide spray and other miscellaneous items.

Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh suggests that the ingenious boy named Attah Gad comes from Kintampo in the Bono East Region.

A close look at the toy created by Attah Gad reveals that he used capacitors and other electronic components to provide electrical power for the movements.

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