Ghana-based football academy, Right to Dreams won the 28th edition of the World Marveled Tournament which ended in the Netherlands on Sunday evening.


The tournament which was mainly for U-15 players saw the Ghanaian side defeating Redbull Brazil by two goals to nothing in the finals.


The global event saw teams such as Real Madrid, Barcelona, Ajax Amsterdam, PSV, Anderlecht and a host of others competing.


Right to Dreams skipper Kamal Deen Sulemana was adjudged the best player of the tournament and was presented with the golden ball by the organizers.


This is the second team the Ghanaian side have won the tournament in three years.


By: Edmund Okai Gyimah