The Black Meteors of Ghana suffered another humiliation to the Japan U24 team in their second international friendly game on Tuesday morning.
The Japan’s U24 national team proved too strong for the West African country once again after recording 4-0 win in the second international friendly at the Best Denki Stadium in Fukuoka.
Prior to the game, Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin and his charges had already been humiliated 6-0 by the Japan U24 team in the first of two scheduled friendly games.
Despite Fabin’s changes in his line up that suffered 6-0 embarrassing defeat to the Blue Samurai of Japan which saw Richmond Ayi, Frank Amoabeng, Joselpho Barnes and Frimpong Boateng getting starting berth couldn’t prevent them from another heavy defeat.
Ghana lost the two scheduled friendly games on a 10-0 aggregate to the Blue Samurai of Japan.
Japan, host of the Olympics used the test matches to prepare for the summer games scheduled for Tokyo in July.
Ghana will be making a trip to South Korea to face their U24 team in another two scheduled International friendlies on June 12 and June 15.