Under-17 World Cup: Mali plays India’s Group A rivals

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The African giants have played a friendly against Ghana and are scheduled to come up against USA…

The All India Football Federation (AIFF) turned down the opportunity to play against Mali as coach Luis Norton didn’t want to play a strong opposition ahead of the Under-17 World Cup next month.

India are instead scheduled to play against Mauritius on Thursday morning.

Meanwhile, Mali have opted to play friendlies against India’s Group A rivals, namely Ghana and USA.

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Mali, who were runners-up in the 2015 edition of the Under-17 World Cup, downed Ghana Under-17 2-1 on Wednesday evening in Abu Dhabi.

They are to come up against USA Under-17 team on September 30 in Abu Dhabi before the two teams leave for India.

 

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