South Africa / Ghana: Queens Beat South Africa in Final Brush-Up



Black Queen Gane played Bayana Bayan from South Africa in her final before the African Women's Cup of Nations (AWCON), which was yesterday at the refurbished sports stadium Accra.

Attacking Samira Suleman was excellent in the 22nd minute with an excellent corner to win Queensu before the first match after three attempts.

Black Queens played two friendly matches: defeat 3-2 against Zambia and 1-1 draw with Kenya before the clash with South Africa.

Victory would serve as a great motivation for the team, as they look forward to achieving their winning and agendas when AWCON, sponsored by Total, starts on November 17.

Queens went into action in an effort to show the Ganans the taste of what should be expected of them during AWCON.

It was a great display of coach Bashir Hayford and his costs when they threw the door into the game and showed quality football with a brilliant exchange from defense to half their opponents.

The South Africans were equally good, except that they overcame Queens pressure and made a few attacks, especially in the first half of the year, which was a very balanced game for both teams.

In the second half they saw that Queens dominated the game and made great efforts to double his lead, while Bayana Bayana remained firm.

The home team almost had a well deserved second goal, but visitors were bounced back when Elizabeth Addo shifted the position to the relief of the South Africans at the 56th minute free throw.

Originally known as Ama Pele, Addo had a wonderful match, as his beautiful game touched the fans on the legs very often through the game.

Queens faced Algeria at the opening AWCON competition on the same venue on Saturday and would be convinced by the power of yesterday's game.

It was also a good preparation for South Africans, which seemed to be a force to be taken into account when AWCON is in progress.


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