India face do-or-die clash against Ghana. India are bracing up for another tough test against Ghana here on Thursday as they need a win by a big margin to keep their hopes alive for qualification to the Round-of-16 of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup. India have suffered two losses from as many games in Group A, against the United States (0-3) and Colombia (1-2) at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. The US lead the group with six wins, while Ghana and Colombia have three points each.Hence, India will not only have to win by a big margin but also hope that Colombia lose to the US by a big margin in the other match of the day. If the two teams end up with same number of points, goal difference will be taken into consideration.Luis Norton de Matos’ boys have, however, won hearts all over for their brave show against higher-ranked Colombia. Jeakson Singh Thounaojam etched his name in Indian history books by becoming the first goal-scorer in a FIFA World Cup of any age-group. ith ambition running high in the squad, the colts are aiming for nothing less than a win that would eventually propel them into contention of progression.“We will go for nothing less than a win. We have shown the world that we belong on the same page as them and now we want to show that we can win against them,” insisted head coach Matos.
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