Ghana’s Kelvin Carboo and Eric Tsatsu lost to their opponents from Hungary in their opening Pool G beach volleyball match in the 2018 Youth Olympics in Argentina.
In the match, which was played on Sunday, Carboo and Tsatsu lost 21-14 and 21-10 to Hungary’s Artur Hajos and Attila Streli.
After the match, Carboo and Tsatsu shared their thoughts on what had transpired.
“Well, the result was bad but I guess it is out first game and we are hoping to get back in our next game. Everything went bad for us and we will work on things and get back strongly. The Hungarians were taller and better than we were.”
“We will do our best in the next game. We will try to pass, set and attack better than we did today.”
They will have another shot at winning their first match of the competition when they face their opponents- Olivier Lanteri and Ludovic Palmaro- from Monaco on Tuesday.
By: Citi Sports