MATCH REPORT: Black Maidens whitewash Djibouti in World Cup qualifier Featured
02 Feb

MATCH REPORT: Black Maidens whitewash Djibouti in World Cup qualifier

The female U17 team continued their impressive run in the 2018 FIFA U17 World Cup qualifiers with another heavy victory.
Ghana recorded a 9-0 over Djibouti in the first league in the final qualification round on Friday afternoon.
Black Maidens of Ghana humiliated the East African country 9-0 at the El Hadj Hassan Gouled Aptidon Stadium.
Coach Evans Adotey's side ended the first department of match in four goal lead as they outplayed their counterparts at their home grounds.
Youngster Suzzy Dede Tettey snatched the opener for the maidens in the 27th minute of the game.
In-form Mukarama Abdulai bagged brace in only two minutes - 40th and 42nd minute - in the first half as Abigail Tutta ended it with another goal on the stroke of half time.
A minute after the break, Skipper Mukarama Abdulai completed her hat-trick with a superb strike.
The Black Maidens continued dominated the game with several fearsome attacks and brilliant passes as Jacqueline Owusu, Mumuni Fuseina and Adwoa Pokuaa found the back of the net.
A 88th minute goal from Adama Alhassan ensured Ghana's 9-0 win over the Djibouti U17 female team.
The second league tie will be played at the Cape Coast Stadium in a fortnight.
Ghana will make a sixth consecutive appearance if they managed to qualify to 2018 FIFA U17 World Cup which will be staged in Uruguay this year.
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