Hasaacas Ladies are through to the final of the CAF Women’s Champions League Doris Boaduwaa and Evelyn Badu scored as the Ghanaian champions reached the finals of the competition Hasaacas Ladies will be awaiting the winner of the game between Sundowns and Malabo Kings
Ghana national women’s league champions, Hasaacas Ladies have reached the finals of the maiden edition of the CAF Women’s Champions League after defeating AS FAR Rabat. Doris Boaduwaa and tournament’s leading scorer Evelyn Badu were on target as Hasaacas Ladies secured a 2-1 win.
Hasaacas Ladies went into the game with their confidence sky high, after brushing aside all their opponents in the group stage.
Midfielder Doris Boaduwaa broke the game deadlock just before half time but the Moroccans responded immediately.
Hasaacas Ladies had a penalty on the hour mark which was missed by Pepertual Agyekum, but 15 minutes later, top scorer Evelyn Badu fired home the winner. The treble winners will now be awaiting the victor in the match between South AFrican side Mamelodi Sundowns and Malabo Kings in the final.
Defender Janet Egyir named Player of the Match Hasaacas Ladies defender Janet Egyir has been named the player of the match after some solid display in the heart of defence.
The Black Queens player prevented the Moroccans from scoring more than a goal after making some incredible blocks.