U-20 AFCON: Black Satellites' Kudus Mohammed calls for support ahead of Mali tie
Ghana Black Satellites midfielder, Kudus Mohammed has lamented on their poor performance against Senegal last Wednesday in the U-20 AFCON Championship in Niger.
Youssouph Mamadou Badji exploited the Black Satellites weak defense and scored a brace at the Stade de Maradi in match day two of the U-20 AFCON Championship to leave Ghana in a difficult situation heading into the final game of the group stage.
But according to the Nordsjaelland midfielder, Kudus Mohammed, Senegal's loss has fired them up for the final game against Mali and he is calling on the support of all and sundry as they bid to make it out of Group B.
"We are very gutted for letting Ghana down with a poor performance & results vs Senegal 🇸🇳. Come Saturday 09-02-09 is a test of character, we’ll represent our DNA & the Will of the Sparkling Black Star to bleed Red, Gold (Yellow) & Green for our beloved Motherland. Are we Black Satellites without the support & prayers of a unified Ghana?? Absolutely Not. We are cos of you Ghana 🇬🇭! Until we are called to Rest." Kudas shared on his social media wall.
The Black Satellites are tied on points (3) with Mali and a win or draw takes them through to the semifinal as well helped them book a place in the U-20 World Cup in Poland 2019.