Ghana midfielder Thomas Abbey says he was satisfied with the performance they exhibited against Guinea in the opening Group A game of the 2017 Wafu Cup at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Thursday.
After a shambolic outing against Gambia in the preliminary round, the Black Stars defeated Syli National 2-0 thanks to goals from Stephen Sarfo and substitute Kwame Kizito, while Abbey was named Man of the Match.
"I'm satisfied with everything we did today against Guinea," Abbey said.
"This is because we displayed great team work and also everything that the technical team taught us were put into practice in the game. I'm very happy and will like to praise my teammates. However, to win our next game against Mali we have to continue with the good work.
"Our focus is now on the next game since we're picking one game after the other. We're aware that a win in that game will give us the opportunity to cement our qualification to the next round of the competition and then fight for the ultimate just like every Ghanaian is anticipating," he added.
Ghana top Group A with three points, two points above Nigeria and Mali after the two countries shared the spoils goalless in their opening game.