2024 Paris Olympics Qualifier: Ghana 0 – 1 Zambia – Copper Queens too strong for Black Queens


In a thrilling match at the Accra Sports Stadium, Zambia’s Copper Queens clinched a tight 1-0 win over Ghana’s Black Queens in the first leg of their Olympic Games qualifier. The game was packed with excitement from start to finish, keeping fans on the edge of their seats.

The game’s defining moment came in the first half when Rechael Kundananji, representing Bay FC and known as the continent’s most expensive female player, scored a spectacular goal in the 18th minute. Her impressive strike gave the Copper Queens a crucial advantage as they headed into halftime with the lead.

Despite Ghana’s determined efforts to bounce back in the second half and dominate possession, they struggled to break through Zambia’s solid defense and find the much-needed equalizer. Zambia held firm, defending their lead with resilience and determination.

With Rechael’s goal standing as the only score of the match, Zambia emerged victorious over the Black Queens on their home ground. The Copper Queens’ disciplined performance earned them a vital win in the Olympic Games qualifier, setting the stage for an intense rematch in Zambia.

As the action shifts to Zambia for the second leg of the third round in the Olympic Games qualifier, the Black Queens will be eager to overturn the deficit and secure their spot in the next stage of the competition. With determination and hard work, they will look to bounce back and give their all in pursuit of Olympic qualification.

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