Eritrea's head coach Ibrahim Suleiman says that the girls lost the momentum of play due to unknown reasons, costing him the three points in today's game.
Tanzania defeated Burundi with 3-2 during their second game played at the Njeru based FUFA technical center on Monday.
has defeated Eritrea 5-0, at the CECAFA U-20 Women game played at the Njeru
based FUFA technical centre on Monday.
Ethiopia's goals were scored by Ridet Assrasanagwa, Tadasse Bizuayehu, Meadin
Sehilu, Turist Lema and Mihret Tessema.
Eritrea's head coach Ibrahim Suleiman says that the girls lost the momentum of
play due to unknown reasons, costing him the three points in today's game.
Suleiman adds that, unlike some of the participating teams in this
championship, his team lacks exposure to international friendlies, which limits
their tactical displays during both regional and continental tournaments.
just train amongst ourselves without exposure to international friendlies,
which limits the girls from benchmarking on the skills of others with more
experience in women football," he says.
Firew Hailegebral, the head coach of Ethiopia says that he prepares the girls
to respect all the teams they are slated to interface within the course of the
tournament, which enables them to carry a winning mindset throughout the games.
Meanwhile, Tanzania defeated Burundi with 3-2.
game was competitive with both teams exhibiting fair ball display and creating
seemingly equal scoring opportunities in the game.
However, both Burundi's assistant coach, Patrick Shimirimana and his
counterpart, Bakari Nshime, the head coach
of Tanzania raised a red flag about what they termed as poor match officiating,
a challenge, which deterred them from achieving their win.