Ghana's Black Princesses have secured a spot in the last round of qualifiers for the 2024 FIFA Women's World Cup after a convincing performance against Eswatini over two legs.
Coach Yusif Basigi's side emerged victorious with a 2-0 win at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, 19 November 2023, sealing an impressive 8-1 aggregate score against their opponents.
The Black Princesses wasted no time in asserting their dominance, as Beline Nyarko opened the scoring just six minutes into the game.
Sarah Nyarko extended the lead six minutes later, connecting well with Wassima Mohammed's cross.
The early goals set the tone for Ghana's commanding performance.
With a 2-0 lead at halftime, Ghana entered the break looking comfortable and in control of the match.
The players exhibited a cohesive performance, demonstrating their determination to secure a spot in the final phase of the qualifiers.
Despite Eswatini's efforts, Ghana maintained their advantage throughout the second half.
Rose Boakyewaa's attempt in the 68th minute, hitting the crossbar, showcased the Black Princesses' continued attacking prowess.
The 2-0 scoreline proved sufficient for Coach Basigi's team to secure their place in the next round.
With the victory over Eswatini, the Black Princesses are now set to face Senegal in the final round of qualifiers.
A win will guarantee Ghana's qualification for the 2024 FIFA Women's World Cup, scheduled to take place in Colombia next year.
Coach Yusif Basigi and his talented squad are gearing up for the challenging clash against Senegal, knowing that success in this final hurdle will see them represent Ghana on the global stage. The stakes are high, and the Black Princesses are determined to secure their spot in the prestigious tournament.