Ghana Vs India: Tahitian Referee Zitouni To officiate clash

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Ghana Vs India: Tahitian Referee Zitouni To officiate clash

Luis Norton de Matos' boys have, however, won hearts all over for their fearless show against higher-ranked Colombia. De Matos knows that it is easier said than done with his player lacking in competition experience.

"Final decision will be taken by the team doctor tomorrow", he added.

Playing in their second Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup game against Colombia, debutants India had the fancied South American nation at their mercy on more than two occasions in front of more than 46,000 vociferous crowd at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

"It (the result in World Cup qualifiers) doesn't change what we as a group were trying to achieve in this tournament at all".

With ambition running high in the squad, the colts are aiming for nothing less than a win that would eventually propel them into contention of progression.

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Fabin said that they must be more clinical in front of the goal. Two-time former champions Ghana are also the most physical side in the group, so it will be another massive task for India to cope with on Thursday.

"For me tomorrow's match will be the most hard one as they (Ghana) are two time champions, they are fast and strong". We are going to fight for that.

"We are creating a lot of chances and will continue to do so". So they cock their guns up one last time, smirk knowingly at each other and go screaming in to battle. But we are ready and prepared. "It is a matter of survival and we will do anything to go into the next round". The match starts at 15:30 on 12 October 2017. Thanking the fans for their support, Sanjeev Stalin said, "We play for the fans, they are our everything and we thank them for the wonderful support that they have given us".

The Portuguese tactician admitted that Ghana will be even more unsafe than Colombia but asserted that his boys would fight it out for a win. We need to keep out that complex. "After the U.S. game, we were better with Colombia and we want to be better tomorrow (Thursday)". I expect all to be cheering for us like they have done for us. We won't let the disappointment get in our way. "Come and back the blue", he stated.

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