The Super Falcons have edged out Ghana’s black queens and reach the final round of the qualification series for next year’s women Africa Cup of Nations, to be hosted by Morocco.
A lone goal defeat in Accra on Sunday evening meant the nine-time African champions survived with a 2-1 aggregate win over their hosts.
Both teams finished with 10 players after Ghana’s captain Portia Boakye was dismissed for a second bookable offence, and minutes after, Nigeria’s left back, glory Ogbonna was expelled by Ivorian referee Zomadre Sonia Kore.
Princella Adubea Got Ghana’s goal midway into the second half as the super falcons were expecting adherence to fair play principle.
The falcons progressed to the final round where they play the lady elephants of Cote D’ivoire, in February 2022.
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