Black Starlets assistant coach, Laryea Kingston, has explained the team's approach to games.
Ghana's U-17 side have been a free-scoring team, having scored 31 goals in eight games.
Despite scoring a lot, the team has also come under criticism for also conceding a lot of goals too.
However, Kingston says the team is engineered to outscore their opponents.
“Whatever you do you will have critiques and I accept it 110%," the former Ghana international told Citi Sports.
"One thing we should know is our style of play. We are an attacking team. We played 8 matches, we scored 31 goals. The least we scored is three goals.
“People always say Ghana is a one-goal project team, now we’re scoring goals and definitely opponents will also have the opportunity to score.
"At the end of the day, we will make sure we come out with a win and always be ahead of the opponent," he added.