14 May 2018

Gambia Beat Benin in U-20 First-Leg Qualifier

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African teams (file photo).

Goal from Red-hot striker Adama Jammeh and Ebrima Colley yesterday gave the Young Scorpions a first-leg advantage in Banjul. Adama first unlocked the Squirrels' defence before Colley added a second from a free-kick outside the box.

Benin responded to pull a goal back going into the break with little to report about in the second-half. Gambia now travels for the second-leg hoping to finish off Benin to reach the next round.

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