The Black Satellites of Ghana were beaten by Mexico in their first game in the 2022 Toulon tournament.
Ghana held the Mexicans to a 0-0 draw in the first half, which was filled with goal-scoring possibilities for both teams, but they failed to capitalize.
Ghana’s goalkeeper made some crucial saves to keep his team in the game against a skillful Mexican side.
Victor Guzman’s 83rd-minute goal was enough for Mexico to clinch all three points.
Ghana will face Indonesia in their second Group B match on Thursday, June 2nd at the Stade Jules Ladoumegue.
The Toulon tournament is a football competition that traditionally features invited national teams made up of youth players ranging in age from U-17 to U-23. The event is named after Maurice Revello, who founded it in 1967 and passed away in 2016.
Ghana is in Group B with Venezuela, Indonesia, and Mexico.