Ghana vs North Korea by Sureseye

Eventhough the Canadian lost many chances in their opener against Ghana, it was the black starlets that stood their ground for the rest of the 70 minutes to hold their 1-0 lead in a fairly balanced contest. Ghana could absorb the pressure, and played compact for their level. They reached the under 17 level of the competition in 2012 and will be looking at consolidating on that, although with a reshuffled side. Head coach Bashir Hayford maintained they are in for business and in fact have the chance of winning the tournament.


Two stunning goal, both the North Koreans extended lead and the Finnish goal that reduced the deficit saw the North Koreans played 2-1 in their opener. Eventhough they had 10/13 shots on target, they could only score 2 goals. After the heat of the first round will be looking at getting better as the tournament progresses. All eye will be on Ri Un-Sim who scored eight goals in Azerbaijan at the under-17 and will be looking at recording her tournament first goal against the African side.


Ghana’s determination and North Koreans pedigree could reach a balance here, and a win could even go to the Ghanaian side, better than what the odds suggests.


Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
1X Bet365 2.63 8 0-3 LOST (-8 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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