Ghana’s captain Gariba Saani, was involved in all three goals for his side, scoring once and providing two assists on the day which won him the goal king award.
The Ghanaian team displayed great performance to beat their counterparts to lift the coveted trophy.
“There is going to be a rematch in Nigeria we need to take advantage of the hype and move the sport forward.
“We will introduce league in Ghana to help develop the game,” he also announced.
Team Ghana took home GH¢10,000 as prize money.
The organizers used the occasion to launch the International Federation of Skate Soccer (IFSS) with the headquarters to be sited in Ghana.
Ghana becomes the first country to win the Binatone International Cup as this is the first time they play a team from outside the country.
By Philip Otuo