Ghana national U-20 football team known as the Black Satellites, is considered to be the feeder team for the Ghana national team thus The Black Star. They are the former FIFA World Cup Champions and Afican Youth Champions, they have also been a three-time African Champion in 1995, 1999, 2009 and a two-time Runner-up at the FIFA World Youth Championship in 1993, 2001 and finished third in 2013.
The Ghana U20 team made their way to the 2021 U20 African cup where they have made it to the finals with the Ugandans. From records Ghana has the upper hands on the Uganda team. They have meet 15 consecutive times where Ghana has won 7 times, drawn 5 times and lost 3 times against Uganda. Following the statistics, we can see that Ghana has more chances of winning than the Ugandan team.
We wish the Black satellites all the best, and we hope they bring the trophy to Ghana.
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