Ghana’s Hasaacas Ladies are through to the finals of the first-ever CAF Women’s Champions League following a 2-1 win over Morocco’s ASFAR at the Al Salam Stadium on Monday afternoon.
Doris Boaduaa shot the Ghanaian team ahead in the first with a fine strike but ASFAR restored parity before the break.
Back from recess, Hasaacas Ladies started well and piled incessant pressure on ASFAR in an attempt to get their second goal. The Ghanaian side after a thunderous attempt saw them get a penalty in the 62nd minute. Perpetual Agyekum stepped forward and could only miss the penalty.
The Ghanaian ladies, despite failing to score the penalty pressed harder for the match-winner and finally got it, thanks to Evelyn Badu’s brilliant strike to seal a 2-1 win for Hasaacas Ladies, getting them a chance to play in the finals of the competition being staged in Egypt.