India lose to Colombia at Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup

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"We must try to bring out all out strongest points on the pitch", the coach said ahead of training on Wednesday evening. We won't disappoint them.

India were solid at the back against the South American side in the last match, but they were not always able to quickly transform their defence into attack as the coach would have liked.

Any dream that Indian fans may have harboured of making it through to the knockout stages of the Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup were practically shattered when Juan Penaloza scored Colombia's winning goal just a minute after Jeakson Singh scored India's first ever goal in a Federation Internationale de Football Association tournament.

The coach however exuded confidence of yet another sterling performance from his boy saying, "The boys are ready for the challenge that will be thrown in front of them". They are very fast and strong. It goes without saying that the African U-17 runners-up will be their hardest challenge so far. For me, it is very important.

In the second-half, the morale of the Indian team suddenly looked down after giving away the opening goal. It's normal to win if I was coach of Brazil and England, it would be expected of me but this is India and even if we take a point it's great because it belongs to us and I'm part of the process. As a team we are prepared to fight it out.

"Against Ghana, we will need a lot of fans support. It will be a physically taxing battle against Ghana but I reiterate, we are ready", he pronounced. "We have to keep out the complex and have no fear when we play", Matos said, adding India's equaliser against Colombia was one of the most emotional moments in his football career. "In International Football it's pertinent to strike the right balance, like we did against Colombia", he wrote in a column. Thanking the fans for their support, Sanjeev Stalin said, "We play for the fans, they are our everything and we thank them for the wonderful support that they have given us". "If we could do it against Colombia, there's no reason we can't do it against Ghana", he wrote in a column.

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India need to win against Ghana to have any chance of staying alive. It is going to be tough match.

"I don't think it was my goal, I think it was the team's goal because it was a collective effort".

Centre-back Anwar Ali for India showed his determination, disallowing the opponents to take advantage. "We have had six clear chances, struck the posts twice and scored once". Febin says his side has been working on finishing in each of their practice sessions and holds out hope that his side will sort out their bogey on Thursday evening. Ghana's two wingers, Sadiq Ibrahim and Emmanuel Toku, have the ability to decide the game on their own.

"He is a live wire of our forward line up".

Matos also praised the teenage custodian, Dheeraj Singh, but reminded the contribution of the rest.

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