Ghana’s Black Princesses showcased their dominance against Eswatini, securing a resounding 2-0 victory and progressing to the final stage of the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup with an impressive 8-1 aggregate triumph.
After a commanding 6-1 win in the first leg, the Ghana U20 Women’s team had already set the stage for their advancement.
Beline Nyarko ignited the scoring with a remarkable finish just six minutes into the match, establishing an early lead. Sarah Nyarko further solidified their advantage, seamlessly converting an inch-perfect cross from Wasiima Mohammed.
With a commanding first-half performance, the Black Princesses entered halftime with a comfortable lead. In the second half, Coach Yussif Basigi made strategic changes, bringing in Yazdatu Suleiman for Sarah Nyarko and Rose Boakyewaa for Jacqueline Amponsah.
Despite these adjustments, the team maintained control until the final whistle, unable to add to their lead but securing a well-deserved victory.
The Black Princesses now set their sights on a seventh consecutive appearance at the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup, aiming for qualification in the upcoming tournament in Colombia next year.