Black Stars B assistant Coach Maxwell Konadu is satisfied with his side’s 2-2 draw with Burkina Faso in the first leg of the Championship of African Nations qualifier.
Ghana held their counterparts away from home on Saturday to make the return encounter a mere formality.
Striker Saddick Adams scored Ghana’s first from a spot kick before the home team equalized.
Gideon Waja restored the lead for the Black Stars but for a late equalizer from substitute Sawadogo.
Konadu is pleased with the result hence looking forward in recording a good scoreline in the reverse fixture which is expected to be played at the Babayara Sports Stadium.
“I am not disappointed about the scoreline but am a bit worried about how we conceded the two goals because I felt we could have done better than that,” he said
“We are playing far away from home and I think a 2-2 scoreline is not bad as we all know but we could have done better,” he added.
Victory in the second leg match will see Ghana make it to the competition which will be hosted in Kenya early next year.
By Frank Darkwah