CAF U20 Cup of Nations: Emmauel Toku starts as Jimmy Cobblah makes change against Senegal

Published on: 06 February 2019

Ghana U-20 coach Jimmy Cobblah has made one change from Monday's win against Burkina Faso in the Africa Youth Championship group C opener, with Emmanuel Toku replacing Saddiq Ibrahim.

Daniel Lomotey's brace ensured Ghana picked up all three points at the competition as they seek to book an early qualification of the semi-finals as well as the U-20 FIFA World Cup to be staged in Poland later this year.

Highly-rated winger Emmanuel Toku has been handed his first start at the tournament in place of Saddiq Ibrahim who was a key contributor in the win over Burkina Faso.

Manaf Nurudeen maintains his place in goal after his mouthwatering performance against Burkina Faso.

Maxwell Arthur, Gideon Mensah, Issahaku Kondah and Muntari Kamaheni make the back four.

In the heart of midfielder Mohammed Kudus and Emmanuel Kumah will be expected to deal with the midfield battle.

Emmanuel Toku and Enock Atta Adjei will play on the flanks.

Daniel Lomotey and Sabit Abdullai will lead the attack.

Ghana Black Satellites lineup for today's game against Burkina Faso;

Manaf Nurudeen

Maxwell Arthur

Montari Kamaheni

Gideon Mensah

Ishaku Konda (C)

Sabit Abdulai

Emmanuel Toku

Emmanuel Kumah

Daniel Lomotey

Kudus Mohammed

Enoch Atta Agyei