Beaten in opening by Paraguay, Mali has no choice but the victory against Turkey for the second day of Group B of the FIFA U-17 World Cup, India 2017. The Ottomans have for their a margin a little bit narrower, thanks to their point gleaned against New Zealand. Back against the wall, the Malians have only one tactic: to attack, and still attack.
Lassana Ndiaye is the first one to try, twice in the first quarter of an hour, soon imitated by Mohamed Camara, but every time, Berke Ozer repels the danger. On the other hand, he can not do anything about the perfect shift of Hadji Dramé on the left for Djemoussa Traoré, who gets thrown to place his flat of the left foot in the opposite corner (38 ', 0: 1). It was not until one hour of play to see at last a Turkish reaction, but the heavy strike of Yunus Akgun filed over. It's a shame for the Turks who are still looking for the ball in the net. This time it was Ndiaye who had pushed him there, on the lookout for the post found by Abdoulaye Diaby (39 ', 0: 2).
Fode Konaté finished the job by adding the aesthetic touch of a beautiful strike that hit the crossbar before making the Turkish nets tremble (86 ', 0: 3).