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Black Satellites Beat Uganda For The U-20 AFCON On Independence Day.

The Black Satellites of Ghana will be peering toward a fourth title when they face Uganda in the last of the Africa U-20 Cup of Nations at the Olympic Stadium in Nouakchott on Saturday 6 March. 

Ghana is top choices heading into the game against the Ugandan Hippos side showing up in the opposition and furthermore hoping to leave a mark on the world. 

The Black Satellites secured a 1-0 win over the Gambia in the elimination round kind kindness of a Precious Boah free kick in the 33rd moment to book a spot in the last. Boah was declared Man of the Match after the game. 

Uganda showed a masterclass against North African side Tunisia as they facilitated past them to the last with a 4-1 success. 

Derrick Kakooza the star man for the show in the elimination round, scoring a hattrick and furthermore winning the Man of the match grant. 

Talking at the pre-coordinate meeting Ghana mentor Abdul Karim Zito said they won't underestimate the Uganda group in this last game. 

"The way that we have won this title before is previously. Presently we need to take a gander at the present. We are quick to take this Cup and the most compelling motivation is that Ghanaian individuals confided in us and sent us here and it would just legitimate on the off chance that we give them a present particularly on the day Ghana is commending its birthday. 

"In Africa now, there are no enormous names or little names. Every nation is improving and we realize Uganda will be an intense rival. They beat Tunisia 4-1 and it was not karma. They played well and we won't underestimate them". 

Uganda mentor Morley Byekwaso expects an intense game against the Black Satellites in the last. 

Talking at the pre-coordinate gathering he said: "It will be intense game since we will play a solid, strategic group with a ton of involvement with this competition, yet we are prepared to play. We don't have anything to lose and we just need to play great, whoever plays well will require the day". 

"We need to have bunches of strategic order since we realize how solid and actual they are and how acceptable they are ready. On the off chance that we read the adversary right and get ready well for them, I realize we will succeed". 

The Black Satellites have won the title in 1993, 1999 and 2009 and Uganda will be seeking a first prize at this level.

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