2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
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52dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Ghana U-17 starlets can reach the top - Fabian

Ghana U-17 coach Paa Kwesi Fabian believes graduates of the squad who reached the final eight of the U-17 World Cup can enjoy successful careers.

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58dSharda Ugra in Guwahati

Mali mentality masters Ghana in rain-soaked Guwahati

Mali reached into their sturdiest core, amplified their strengths and mastered conditions and opposition on a pudding of a pitch, writes Sharda Ugra.

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59dSharda Ugra in Guwahati

In Guwahati, it's time for Africa

As Mali face Ghana in the U-17 World Cup quarter-finals, India can learn a lot from the progress of African football, writes Sharda Ugra.

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61dPTI

Ghana overpower Niger to enter quarterfinals

Despite a missed penalty in the second half, Ghana had too much firepower against a resolute Niger defence as they booked a place in the last eight.

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67dJonathan Selvaraj in New Delhi

After climbing ladder, India hit the wall

The 4-0 loss against Ghana in New Delhi on Thursday was a reminder of the gulf that remained between India and world-class competition.

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67dAgencies

Ruthless Ghana end India's first World Cup

Ghana beat India with goals from Eric Ayiah, Richard Danso and Emmanuel Toku, as the hosts finished their World Cup campaign last in the group.

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70dJonathan Selvaraj in Delhi

'Lucky' USA make Ghana pay for costly misses

A profligate Ghana were made to rue an empty-net miss from Eric Ayiah, as USA pounced to steal a 1-0 win in Delhi.

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70dPTI

U.S. beat Ghana to reach U-17 Round of 16

Substitute Ayo Akinola's 75th minute strike helped USA beat Ghana 1-0 and become the first team to enter the round of 16.

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73dDebayan Sen in New Delhi

Ghana flex attacking muscle in opening win

Two-time champions Ghana made the perfect start to the Under-17 World Cup, as Sadiq Ibrahim's first-half strike gave them three vital points in Delhi

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74dDebayan Sen

Ghana play it cool in Delhi heat

Ghana coach Samuel Kwasi says his team has already set its sights on the title, and that they feel right at home in India.

2017 WC U17 Ladder

GROUP AGPWDLGDP
Ghana U173201+46
Colombia U173201+26
United States U173201+26
India U173003-80
GROUP BGPWDLGDP
Paraguay U173300+59
Mali U173201+46
New Zealand U173012-41
Turkey U173012-51
GROUP CGPWDLGDP
Iran U173300+99
Germany U173201-16
Guinea U173012-41
Costa Rica U173012-41
GROUP DGPWDLGDP
Brazil U173300+59
Spain U173201+56
Niger U173102-53
North Korea U173003-50
GROUP EGPWDLGDP
France U173300+119
Japan U173111+44
Honduras U173102-43
New Caledonia U173012-111
GROUP FGPWDLGDP
England U173300+99
Iraq U173111-14
Mexico U173021-12
Chile U173012-71

RankingsU-17 World Cup

Goal Difference5Tied-6th
Goals Scored8Tied-10th
Assists4Tied-11th
Goals Conceded31st