Ghana’s Black Meteors suffered another humiliating defeat at the hands of Japan on Tuesday morning. The U23 team was beaten 4-0 by their Japanese counterparts, making it 10-0 on aggregate after two legs.
Having lost 6-0 in the first leg, coach Paa Kwesi Fabin rang some changes to the team that played the first game. The head coach decided to start Accra Hearts of Oak’s goalie Richmond Ayi ahead of William Essu.
Despite the change, the Black Meteors conceded three first-half goals. However, an improved second half saw them conceding just a goal. The team will travel to Seoul to face the U-24 team of South Korea before returning to Ghana.
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