13 Nov, 18:30
Ghana's Black Princesses have been warned against a complacent approach to their World Cup U-20 Women qualifier return leg tie against their Kenyan counterparts this Friday 17 November.
The Princesses were in their scoring best hitting five unanswered goals against Kenya and coach Yusof Basigi insists they will be in Nairobi to finish off the tie against a team he terms as capable of replicating their five-goal haul.
-It's not over until it's all over. Yes, we won comfortably 5-0 and that should make us happy but this is football. It's not over until it's all over, Basigi sad as quoted by Ghanasoccernet.
-We need to play better than we did here in Ghana to make sure we get to the next stage of the qualifier.
-We can't relax because we've scored 5-0. They can also score 5-0 or more to kick us out. So we need to keep our preparations up and ensure we get a good scoreline in Kenya, he added.
The tie's overall winner will advance to the third and final qualifying rounds of the U-20 WWC to be held in France.