Adotey not looking beyond Gambia

Ahead of their second leg of the 2018 Women’s World Cup qualifier against Gambia at the Cape Coast Stadium, Coach Evans Adotey of the Black Maidens says they are going into the game with the sole aim of winning.

The Maidens won the first leg 5-1 a fortnight ago and are keen to repeat the dose. “The focus is on qualifying for the U-17 Women’s World Cup. We are not there yet, so we are going into Sunday’s game with the sole aim of recording another good win to qualify for the next stage” Coach Adotey told Cafonline.com this week.

“During the week I heard so many discussions on sports programs about our game and Djibouti. But we are not looking beyond Gambia. After the final whistle on Sunday, then we can start preparing for Djibouti, but for now the focus is on Gambia” he added.

Abdulai Mukarama scored four goals after Nina Norshie put Ghana ahead just two minutes into the game. Fatouma Sowe got the consolation goal for Gambia in the match played at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.

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