Black maidens of Ghana played Djibouti in the second leg and the last group match of the Under 17 Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2018 with 19-0 aggregate.
The referee blew her whistle for the start of the game and the maidens got their first goal in the 5th minutes by Abdulai Mukarama. Fuseni Mumuni added the 2nd goal in the 10th minutes. Mukarama got brace when a penalty was awarded to the maidens in the 13th minutes. The game continues until the 23rd minutes where Mukarama made it a hat-trick in the 23rd minutes. The first half came to an end with the maidens leading by 4-0 against Djibouti.
Mukarama got the 5th goal for Ghana 3 minutes in the second half. Nina Norshie got the 6th and 7th goal in the 65th and 73rd minutes for Ghana. Ghana made the first substitution where Victoria Teye came to replace Abigail Tutuwaa in the 75th minutes. Ilham Djama Douhour was substituted by Stahil Abdi for Djibouti in 78th minutes. Sekyere Tedina was sent out for Dina Antwi to continue in the 79th minutes for the home side.
Victoria Teye and Barikisu Rahaman scored the 8th and 9th goal for the maidens in the 80th and 83rd minutes. Mahdia Moumin Robleh was replaced Sarebo Ali in the 85th minutes for Djibouti. Azumah Bugre got the last goal for the maidens in the 96th minutes and the referee Bouchra Karboubi blew her whistle to end the game.
The black maidens will participate in the Under 17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay from the 13th of November to 1st December, 2018.