"They play with a free spirit" - that was England coach Brian Eastick's assessment of Ghana ahead of the group game between the two teams here at the Under-20 World Cup in Egypt.
At the time, having not seen the Black Satellites play in person, I thought this was very possibly so much cliché.
But after watching them live six times, I had to agree with him, although there is much more to this team than attack.
The truth is this Ghana side, World Champions now of course, is massively entertaining to watch - they certainly keep you on the edge of your seat.
Their style captured the imagination of the local fans as Dominic Adiyiah, ably supported by fellow striker Ransford Osei and captain Dede Ayew, raced to the Golden Shoe award for the tournament's top scorer.
With Samuel Inkoom and David Addy flying down the flanks to provide service, the Black Satellites had the perfect attacking formula.
But if you devote yourself to attack, then your defence frequently suffers - and that problem persisted for Ghana.
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