Ghana made an electric start to their 2017 CAF U17 Nations Cup campaign after thrashing Cameroon 4-0 on Sunday in Port Gentil in their Group A clash.
Captain Eric Ayiah and Ibrahim Sulley scored a pair of goals each to ensure the Black Starlets had resounding opener.
Paa Kwesi Fabin’s side took the lead through Ayiah who connected home at the near post from a cross in the 25th minute.
After 32 minutes, Sulley shot from inside the box and two minutes later he lobbed a ball over goalkeeper after being put through by Mohammed Iddris.
After the break, Eyiah scored a headline –grabbing goal after smashing in a volley from an acute angle in the 64th minute.
Despite the win, Ghana are second on the table after Guinea clobbered hosts Gabon 5-1 at the same venue.
These Starlets look good pic.twitter.com/S3hRwYF0Ib
— Michael Oti Adjei (@OtiAdjei) May 14, 2017