USA pip Ghana in Group A clash

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Ghana would come to regret not taking their chances, as the US won the match through Akinola on 75 minutes.

A 75th minute strike from United States of America's substitute striker Ayo Akinola, against Ghana at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here on Monday, was enough to help the North American side become the first team to reach the knockout stages of Federation Internationale de Football Association under-17 World Cup. Maybe we need to keep working.

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The first half was evenly played, with the US edging the number of chances created before the break. "But we must do better in terms of finishing the chances we create", he pointed out. "He has been sent to hospital because he lost consciousness".

On being asked if the heat and humidity was a factor, Samuel said, "Maybe it has an effect but then we have trained physically".

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"Yes, the humidity played a factor in the last 10 minutes of the match but that's not an excuse for us", the Colombia coach said. Champions in 1991 and 1995, Ghana had three shots at the goal out of 18 attempts while the United States of America had two shots on target out of 11.

The Starlets would need a win against the U.S. to secure qualification to the next stage of the competition.

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"There are many people who doubted our ability but I am happy that we showed we can play against any team". "He is alright right now, they are going to take him to the doctor and they are going to check his knee again".

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