Dakar - Ghana and Mali joined Nigeria into the last four and also qualified for the 2015 Fifa under-20 World in New Zealand after victories in their Group B matches on Thursday at the Caroline Faye Stadium in M’Bour, Supersport reports.
It was Ghana’s 2-1 win over Zambia in the second match of the day that qualified them as well as the Malians, who had earlier beaten the Amajita of South Africa by a similar scoreline.
Both Ghana and Mali have six points after victories in two games making the meeting between the two sides on Sunday in M’Bour serve academic purposes.
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The other World Cup slot will be decided in Group A with host Senegal, Ivory Coast and Congo in contention.
The Junior Chipolopolo of Zambia played their best game at the tournament so far but Ghana came from behind snatching the winner in the dying embers of the game.
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