The Black Queens Are Now One Step Closer To Qualifying To Paris After Beating Guinea

Ghana opened the Paris 2024 Olympic Games qualifiers in a remarkable showcase after beating the Female Syli Nationals of Guinea 3-0 in Conakry on Friday July 14.

Vivian Adjei Konadu put Ghana ahead in the 19th minutes as she profited by a goalkeeping blunder to crush home the opener.

Evelyn Badu’s sharp pass found Grace Asantewaa who sent a splendid ball to Jennifer Cudjoe on the right flank. In the 27th minute, Doris Boaduwaa converted the resulting cross into the second goal.

After Camara Manet received a second yellow card on the eve of the half, Guinea were reduced to ten players.

Black Queens Play Guinea In A Qualifier For 2024 Olympics

Mary Amponsah flavorfully set up Evelyn Badu to put the game past the Guineans – as Ghana made it 3-0 in the 72nd moment.

Queen’s Stella Nyamekye who was given her senior debut on the 80th minute hit the bar in the 90th minutes.

The Black Queens are now one step closer to the second round of the qualifiers, with the return leg scheduled for Tuesday, July 18, 2023, at the Accra Sports stadium.

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