Matches

18/03/2014516 - WeatherClear
1:0 (1:0)
  • Gladys AMFOBEA (43')

Summary

Ghana down Euro queens, seal passage
A lone goal just prior to half-time proved the difference as Ghana edged a 1-0 win over Germany to become the first team to win through to the last-eight at Costa Rica 2014. More »

Line-ups

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Coaches

Evans ADOTEY (GHA)
(GER) Anouschka BERNHARD

Officials

Referee: Pannipar KAMNUENG (THA)Assistant Referee 1: KIM Kyoung Min (KOR)Assistant Referee 2: LEE Seul Gi (KOR)Fourth official: Abirami Apbai NAIDU (SIN)

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  • Players of Ghana celebrate victory
  • Azume Adams of Ghana saves the ball from Laura Freigang and Nina Ehegoetz of Germany
  • Amina Fuseini of Ghana clears the ball from Laura Freigang of Germany
  • Head Coach of Ghana Evans Adotey shouts
  • Vivien Brandt of Germany is beaten by the header of Gladys Amfobea of Ghana
  • Dejection for players of Germany during the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Grroup B match between Ghana and Germany at Edgardo Baltodano Briceno on March 18, 2014 in Liberia, Costa Rica
I’m highly excited because my dream has come true. In terms of attacking and defensive play I give credit to the opposition, but fortunately for me we got the goal. At the end of the game, the result matters. At the last edition Ghana won bronze, but the expectation of the Ghana team and myself is to go beyond the bronze medal.
Ghana coach, Evans Adotey