Black Queens striker Doris Boaduwaa is in ecstacy after a scintillating performance against Rwanda in the 2024 Women Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Serbia-based attacker found the back of the net within seconds after kickoff to put the visitors 1-0 up with a brilliant header.
She also gave two assists in Ghana’s Black Queens 7-0 first leg win in Kigali as the Ghanaians brushed aside their opponents in styles.
“Unleashing my inner champion, leaving my mark with a goal and some amazing assists!”, She wrote on social media after the game.
Nora Häuptle’s ladies gave a ten out of ten performance on the day on the road against the Rwandans team who couldn’t stop the might of Ghana.
Ghana were too strong for their opponents on the day as they ran riot against the minnows to gain a huge advantage going into the second leg.
Just few minutes after kickoff, Ghana took the lead through in-form forward Doris Boaduwaa who was brimming in confidence before the game.
Former Black Princesses captain Evelyn Badu found the back of the net to make it 2-0 under 10 minutes.
Priscilla Adubea got Ghana’s third goal of the match to add to the tally with a header.
Just after the break, Alice Kusi got her name on the score sheet for the away team to make it 3-0 to the Queens.
Four minutes after the hour mark of the one-sided game, Evelyn Badu grabbed her second goal of the match to put Ghana in a 4-0 lead.
A minute later Jennifer Cudjoe missed a spot kick awarded Ghana before Evelyn Badu’s hat-trick a minute later.
Achiaa Anastaesia extended the lead, making it six for the Queens with a long-range strike in the 75th minute, following a goalkeeper error.