Ghana's No. 1

Hasaacas Ladies into CAF Women's Champions League final after win over AS FAR

Published on: 15 November 2021

Ghanaian giants Hasaacas Ladies have reached the first ever final of the CAF Champions League after a 2-1 win over Moroccan side AS FAR on Monday. 

Doris Boaduwaa opened the scoring for the Ghanaian side before Najat Badri scores the equalizer for the Moroccan side.

Evelyn Badu converted Doris Boaduwaa's cross into the back of the net with a powerful header to make it two.

The Ghanaian champions are hot favourites to win the competition following their breathtaking performances in the group stage.

They opened their account with a 3-1 win over Malabo Kings and scored three again in their second game against AS Mande.

Hasaacas Ladies scored two in their last game but wasn't enough as they drew 2-2 with Wadi Delga, a result that confirmed their first position in the group.

Their opponents ASFAR managed four points from three games to qualify for the knockout stage.

South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns play Malabo Kings of Equatorial Guinea in the other semi-final.


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