The head coach of Ghana Black Queens, Bashir Hayford has stated that his side needs to be more clinical in front of goal after beating Algeria in the ongoing African Women’s Cup of Nations in Accra.

The experienced trainer, who previously handled this same senior women’s team is ready to work on the team attackers.

“We squandered a lot of chances.

In our last but one match, it was the same but am going to work on it.”

The former Asante Kotoko gaffer was happy with his side performance but also acknowledges how challenging the game was.

“It was a very difficult game.

Man proposes, God opposes. God know’s only one goal was better for us.”

The black queens now face Mali for their next match on Tuesday 20th November, 2018 at the Accra Sports stadium.

The other group A match between Mali and Cameroon is set to take off at 6:30 GMT today.

 

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