The Black Princesses breezed past Eswatini, securing a 2-0 victory in Accra and advancing to the final stage of the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup.
Having previously defeated their opponents 6-1 in the first leg, the Ghana U20 Women’s team was already in a commanding position.
The team got off to a swift start, with Beline Nyarko netting the opening goal just six minutes into the match with a superb finish. Sarah Nyarko doubled the lead six minutes later, capitalizing on an inch-perfect cross from Wasiima Mohammed.
Maintaining their dominance, the Black Princesses entered halftime with a comfortable lead.
In the second half, Coach Yussif Basigi swiftly made two changes, introducing Yazdatu Suleiman for Sarah Nyarko and Rose Boakyewaa for Jacqueline Amponsah. Despite these adjustments, the team couldn’t add to their score but managed to control the game until the final whistle.
The Black Princesses aim to secure a seventh consecutive appearance at the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup by qualifying for the tournament in Colombia next year.