Soccer News of Sunday, 10 August 2014
Black Princesses coach Bashir Hayford admits his side were second best against Korea DPR in their 3-0 reverse on Friday at the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup.
North Korea’s No10 Ri Un-Sim scored twice to cap a fine performance and a late penalty from Jo Son-Yon condemned Ghana in Toronto.
Ghana could not build on their opening 1-0 win over hosts Canada must now beat Finland on Tuesday by more goals to advance to the knockout round.
Hayford admits his ladies performance was below par.
"It was a tough game and we lost to the better side. We were dominated the whole match. When you face a good team, you just have to face up to it,” a disappointed Hayford said.
“Winning a game, it’s capitalising on opponent’s mistakes, and we made more mistakes than them. Now we have to accept the result, quickly put it aside and raise our morale.”
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