Ghana’s Black maidens must beat Brazil Thursday at the ongoing U-17 World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago to stand a chance of qualifying to the next stage of the competition.

The Maidens lost their opening group game to Canada by a lone goal and are now under pressure to qualify.

A win today will still not guarantee qualification as Ghana must get results against Republic of Ireland in the last group game.

Coach of the team Abraham Allotey tells Joy Sports their chances are brighter than many think.

“Ghanaians are not sure but we are here are sure of ourselves,” he said, adding, the team has learnt its lessons from the first match and are going to correct them in the match against Brazil.

Source: Joy Sports/