Written by Prince Anane
In a thrilling encounter, Ghana's national women's football team, the Black Queens, have secured their place in the highly anticipated 2024 CAF Women’s Cup of Nations. Despite a 1-0 loss to Namibia in the final qualifying round second leg tie on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, the Black Queens advanced with an impressive aggregate score of 3-2.
The first leg, held at the iconic Accra Sports Stadium, saw the Black Queens dominate with a resounding 3-1 victory. This strong performance gave them a crucial advantage heading into the second leg.
The match in Namibia proved to be a challenging test for the Black Queens. The hosts took an early lead in the first half and relentlessly pushed for a second goal in the second stanza. However, the heroic efforts of goalkeeper Cynthia Konlan Findid denied Namibia any further breakthroughs.
This qualification marks the return of Ghana's national women's team to the continent's premier women's football tournament after missing out on the previous edition in 2022. The Black Queens' resilience and determination throughout the qualifying campaign have proven their readiness to compete against the best teams in Africa.
The 2024 CAF Women’s Cup of Nations promises to be an exciting platform for the Black Queens to showcase their skills and represent Ghana with pride. Fans and supporters eagerly await their participation in this prestigious tournament.
Stay tuned for more updates as the Black Queens prepare to take on the continent's finest in the upcoming CAF Women’s Cup of Nations!
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