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    AFCON U-20: Black Satellites To Face Cameroon After Defeat To Young Scorpions Of Gambia

    The Black Satellites of Ghana will face Cameroon in the quarter finals of the U-20 African Cup of Nations held in Mauritania after a 2-1 defeat to the Young Scorpions of Gambia.

    The Black Satellites suffered a 2-1 defeat to Gambia on Monday night in the last round of games in the group stages.

    Abdul Fatawu Issahaku handed the Black Satellites the advantage, but Kajally Drammeh and Lamarana Jallow scored for Gambia to hand Ghana their first defeat of the competition.

    Ghana despite the defeat qualified as one of the best third placed teams with 4 points and 3 goals.

    The quarter finals meeting between Ghana and Cameroon will be a West African derby which is slated for February 25 at the Stade Municipal de Nouadhibou. 

     

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