It was a Right to Dream in white clothes and TikiTaka in red clothes who entered the plan to make up for the gold medal in the B17 Tipselit Trophy.
The match was a well-played and a even final where it did not happen so much. The first and only goal in the match came after 14 minutes in the first half. Mohammed Kudus of Right to Dream shot a real gun shot a bit outside the penalty area.
The match continued to be entertaining in the second half. Right to Dream had a great support on the stands, which led to a swinging mood of music and dance.
At minute 39, TikiTaka had a very good position to score, but shot outside. TikiTaka increased the pace of the match but failed to score.
After the final signal, the Ghanaian team ran and celebrated with the audience.
The match’s best player was Muhammed Kudus in Right to Dream.
– We started the game well and it was nice to make the goal that made us win, says Kudus.
– We won against a very good team and it was good football. Now we’re going to celebrate on the golden bus, it will be an exciting experience, he proceed.
At the same time, Right to Dream won the G17 Tipselit Trophy (B-Final) at SKF arena with 2-0 against Umeå IK FF.