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CAF Women's Champions League

Evelyn Badu strikes double again as Hasaacas Ladies hammer Mande 3-0

Ghanaian champions Hasaacas Ladies have reached the semi-finals of the 2021 CAF Women’s Champions League following their impressive 3-0 win over Malian opposition AS Mande at the 30 June Air Defence Stadium in al-Qāhirah, Cairo on Monday evening.

Talisman Evelyn Badu a brace to add to Perpetual Agyekum’s first-half stoppage-time finish as Yussif Basigi’s ladies booked their place in the final four of the competition though they still have Egyptian side Wadi Degla to play in the last group game.

Hasaacas should have scored early in the game but a combination of good goalkeeping and fine reflexes from Aissatou Diallo denied the Ghanaians.

However, the game won’t travel beyond 17 minutes as Badu registered the opening goal after finding herself in space to connect a low cross from inside the box.

A number of chances were created between the 18th minute and the added time in the first half but substitute goalkeeper Sadio Sow pulled some great stops to keep the scoreline still narrow.

But, just when the first half was about to end Perpetual Agyekum scored from a free-kick to increase the advantage for the Ghanaian double winners.

In the second half, Badu connected a Veronica Appiah cross from an unmarked position to put the game firmly beyond Abdramane Maiga’s ladies.

A barrage of chances was created afterward but none was utilised before the game petered out.

Credit: Ghanasportsonline

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