Sports News of Monday, 6 November 2017
Unstoppable Priscilla Adubea stole the show at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium with a double brace to give Ghana a comfortable 5-0 win over Kenya in the 2018 Women’s World Cup Qualifier on Sunday afternoon.
A brace in each half by the 19-year old Priscilla Adubea and an early opener by Helena Obeng gave Ghana the heavy win over their East African counterparts.
Ghana opened the scoring on the early minutes of the game when Helena Obeng slotted home a beautiful finish in the early minutes of the game before Adubea started her unslaught.
The in-form Ampem Darkoaa Ladies striker doubled the lead for Ghana few minutes after Helena’s opener and added her second and Ghana’s third before the break.
Ghana returned from the break with Adubea still in her unstoppable element, fetching the 4th and 5th goals before the 75th minute mark.
Ghana will visit Kenya for the second leg in Nairobi in a game which appears conclusive from the the first leg results in Cape Coast.
Ghana are chasing a ticket to represent Africa in the 2018 U20 Women’s World Cup to be hosted by France.