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Ghana, Tunisia in under-17 wins 8/21/2007
Ghana beat Trinidad and Tobago 4-1 and Tunisia held off Belgium at the under-17 World Cup in South Korea on Monday.

Youssef Msaki scored twice in Tunisia''s 4-2 win over Belgium in Group E.

Oussama Boughanmi opened the scoring in the 20th minute and Khaled Ayari met Nour Hadria''s corner kick at the first post to double the lead four minutes later.

Belgium rallied with two goals in nine minutes to Nill Depauw and Kevin Kiss to equalize before Tunisia again took the lead just on halftime when Msakni scored his first.

Boughanmi was sent off after collecting his second booking in the 52nd minute, although Belgium was unable to capitalize and Msakni gave the 10-man Tunisia lineup a two-goal cushion with a goal in the 79th.

Meanwhile, a brace by Ransford Osei helped Ghana to move to the top of Group F after Germany held Columbia to a 3-3 draw in group''s opening game.

Osei led the way for the Black Starlets, whose explosive attacking delighted their audience.

The Ghanaian were up 3-0 by half-time thanks to Osei''s brace and another strike by Sadick Adams.

Trinidad and Tobago pulled one back through Stephan Campbell before Reading striker Kelvin Bossman sealed the win.

"It was important to make a successful start, and we''ll be confident about our remaining matches now," Ghana captain Paul Addo said.

The Black Starlets face Germany in their next game on Thursday and a win will guarantee them a place in the next stage of the competition.

"It''ll be tough against Germany, but we still have every chance of winning," Addo added.

Action continues on Tuesday as Togo take on Peru in Group A.




 
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