The Black Queens have returned to Ghana following an outstanding victory against Rwanda in the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) qualifiers as they prepare for the second leg of the matchup.
In the first leg, Ghana showcased dominance over Rwanda with an impressive 7-0 victory. The goal-scorers included Doris Boaduwaa, who initiated the scoring with a splendid header, while Evelyn Badu extended the lead and later added another goal to secure a well-deserved brace.
Princella Adubea and Alice Kusi also found the target, and Anasthesia Achiaa netted twice, sealing the resounding 7-0 win at the Kigali Pele Stadium.
Following their remarkable performance on the pitch, the team embarked on a unique journey that transcended sports, visiting the Kigali Genocide Memorial Museum. Here, they paid their respects solemnly to the memory of the victims of the Rwanda Genocide.
In a heartfelt display of reverence, the players laid flowers at the museum, symbolizing their acknowledgment of the profound losses endured by the Rwandan people.
After a recovery training session, the team has safely returned to Ghana and will soon resume their preparations for the return leg of the contest against Rwanda. Their goal is to secure a place in the continental showpiece after missing out on the last edition.