Mali palliate into a quarter-finals

  • Mali done easy work of Iraq in Goa on Tuesday
  • Lassana N’Diaye with dual goals for a West Africans
  • Chile 2015 runners-up to accommodate Ghana or Niger in a quarter-finals

Mali cruised to a 5-1 feat over Iraq in a Round of 16 during a FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017. With a win, a Chile 2015 runners-up will accommodate African antithesis in a form of possibly Ghana or Niger in a quarter-finals in Guwahati on Saturday.

It was Les Aiglonnets that dominated a initial half and deservedly took a lead by Hadji Drame on 25 minutes. Good work by Salam Jiddou on a left authorised a unmarked Drame to measure a 2,000th idea in contest history.

The Malians afterwards doubled their advantage shortly after a half-hour mark, as Lassana N’Diaye done it 4 goals in as many matches when he headed home Djemoussa Traore’s cranky during a nearby post.

Mali scored an fatiguing third idea by Fode Konate in a second half. His absolute first-time strike from far-reaching on a right flew past Iraq goalkeeper Ali Ibadi and into a roof of a net.

The Asian side would get a satisfaction by Ali Kareem before Mali combined dual late goals by Seme Camara and a second strike from N’Diaye to sign a gentle win in Goa.

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