Defending WAFU champions, Ghana begun their title defense with a well-deserved 2-0 win over their Senegalese counterparts in the ongoing WAFU competition.
Coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo having witnessed the host Cote D’Ivoire whitewash Togo 5-0 named a strong starting eleven to ensure she wins her opener in Abidjan.
The Queens were unlucky in the first half, creating numerous chances in the 14 zone of their opponent’s half but needed to calm their nerves at goal, since they were in a hurry for an opener.
The breaking of the deadlock could not wait any longer, seeing Fabulous Ladies skipper and striker, Alice Kusi, net in the 18th minutes to end first half proceedings as a reward for Ghana.
Young talent Abdulai Mukarama came off the bench to make it two for the Queens to gloss daylight victory.
The 2-0 win for Coach Mercy Tagoe lads, place them second in Group A spot behind Cote D’Ivoire who netted five goals.
Janet Ama Egyir, a talent nursed from Hasaacas Ladies was adjudged the Most Valuable Player of the match, following her superlative performance in their victory.
_Story by Kolog Bonaventure