"I am happy with the output of the boys on the day (Monday)".
Konadu said the wining mentality with which his side started the competition would be maintained tomorrow, and he was confident his team had what it took to scale the semifinal hurdle and later channel their energies into winning the final on Sunday.
"Now that we are in the semi-final, we are certainly aware of the task at hand".
"We must show character and efficiency at the rear, and middle and the fore".
"We have encouraged them not to lose confidence but remain resolute and make sure nobody make them feel inferior", stated Konadu who indicated that the team would bounce back in grand style tomorrow.
Second half goals from Anthony Okpotu and Peter Moses in a spate of three minutes swiftly improved their fortunes.
The result took both Nigeria and Ghana into the semi-finals of the tournament from Group A.
The Black Stars "B" have recorded two wins in two games so far and have booked a place in the semi-finals of the tournament as leaders with six points.
Head Coach of Black Stars "B", Maxwell Konadu has praised the Minister of Youth and Sports, Isaac Asiamah for his huge contribution to the team's success so far in the ongoing Fox sports West Afriaca Football Union (WAFU) tournament.
Ezenwa, who kept his third clean sheet of the tournament, told AOIFootball.com that he was happy with the outcome of the game, as Nigeria continued its dominance over perennial rivals, Ghana.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that it was another tale of stalemate for Nigeria as they played out a 0-0 draw with Guinea in tightly contested game at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Saturday.