Ghana booked their place at the 2016 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations after whipping Tunisia 4-0 in Accra, completing a 6-1 aggregate win over their counterparts in the qualifiers.
Coming into the game with a 2-1 first leg advantage, the Black Queens did not rest on their oars as they worked tirelessly against the well-organized Tunisians before finally breaking the deadlock 26 minutes into the game at the nearly empty Accra Sports Stadium Tuesday.
Portia Boakye doubled the lead six minutes later, giving the coach Yusif Basigi ladies a 2-0 cushioning into half time.
Young forward Priscilla Adobea made it 3-0 after dribbling through the Tunisian defense in the 75th minute.
Samira returned to put the final nail in the coffin with her second goal, a fine volley from inside the penalty area seven minutes from final whistle.
Ghana joins hosts Cameroon and six other nations at the African Championship slated for November 19 to December 3, 2016.
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