The Black Starlets continued their impressive performance at the ongoing UEFA U-16 Development Tournament in Serbia with another emphatic victory over Spain on Saturday afternoon.
Ghana secured their second win at the tournament staged in the European country for players below the age of 16, after picking a five-goal thriller win over Spain.
Before today’s fixture, Coach Karim Zito’s side had inflicted an embarrassing 4-0 defeat on host nation, Serbia, in the opening fixture of the tournament on Thursday.
The first department of the game ended in a one-all draw with Great Corinthians centre-forward Benjamin Tsivanyo scoring for Ghana.
In the second half, Goals from Tsivanyo and Peter Hammond aided the Black Starlets to recorded a 3-2 victory over Spain.
Ghana ended the game with nine men after two players were shown a straight red-card by the referee.
Ghana will wrap up the 2023 UEFA U16 Development Tournament with a game against Switzerland on Tuesday, April 18. The match is scheduled to kick-off at 8:00am GMT.