Ex-Ghana goalkeeper, Fatawu Dauda has praised the local Black Stars after their win over Nigeria.
The Black Galaxies managed to beat the home based Super Eagles of Nigeria by 2-0 in the first leg of the Championship for Africa Nations at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday.
“It’s always competitive no matter the age range.
“Our boys in the local league want to go to the CHAN tournament since it’s been a long time that Ghana has been to the tournament.
“I saw some determination from the guys when we played the Bénin team.
“It was a very good result they had yesterday, when they scored the first goal, I was praying for them to get another goal.
“Two goals are better but they have a lot to do because the Nigerians they played well but our midfield was able to control the game.
“Going for the second leg, it won’t be easy because the Nigerians want to qualify but in all the Black Galaxies won and congratulations to them.” Fatawu Dauda told Radio Gold Talk Sport.
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