Black Satellite has successfully clinched their fourth U20 African Cup of Nations following a 2-0 victory over Uganda at the Stade Olympics de Nouakchot in Mauritania on Saturday. Ghana U20 team lost on penalties to Egypt in their previous final appearance match in 2013 and they aimed to avoid such repeat.
The Black Satellite managed to get the job well done by claiming the tournament's trophy to make the country 64th Independence Day celebration more special.
Mysterious striker, Daniel Barnieh, who plays for Hearts of Oak, emerged as Ghana superstar scores in both halves to ensure Ghanaians victory over the Hippos, a side participating in the tournament for the first time.
Abdul Karim Zito men displayed fantastic performance on the football pitch and with their efforts earned Ghanaians a successful victory in Mauritania on Saturday.
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