Ghana’s Black Queens booked a place at the 2016 African Women’s Championships in Cameroon after defeating Tunisia 4-0 in the second leg qualifier at the Accra Sports Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.
The Queens scored two goals in each halves from Samira Suleman’s brace and a goal each from Portia Boakye and Priscilla Adobea.
Coach Yusif Basigi’s charges started to attack from the blast of the first whistle. The Tunisians managed to defend well until their defence line was breached in the 33 minute by Samira Suleman.
Four minutes later Portia Boakye doubled the lead of the Black Queens, but there were no further goals in the first half.
Back from recess Priscilla Adobea in a solo run made it 3-0 for Ghana before Samira sealed the doom of the Tunisians with the fourth goal, which was his personal second.