FIFA U17 WWC: Ghana Nocked Out On Semi-Finals.

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Ghana suffered defeat from the 2018 FIFA U17 Women World Cup at the quarter-finashootoutster being trashed by Mexico Sienaopices. The Black Maidens of Ghana have been kicked out of the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup after losing 4-2 on penalties to Mexico on Sunday evening.

The first half seems to have favored Mexico as they were dominating the game in the first 45 units.
Mukarama Abdulai immediately changed the game the secequalizedizedhana winger Mavis Owusu’s tailor-measured pass found Mukarama Abdulai, who guided in a shot with her head to the far corner for her tournament-leading the seventh goal.

Mukarama became Ghana’s all-time top scorer (7) at the U-17 Women’s World Cup, surpassing Jane Ayieyam (6). Mexico equalized 15 minutes later after Elizabeth Oppong was adjudged to have tripped Mexico substitute Nayeli Diazfree-kickkickty area.
El Tri captain Nicole Perez converted the resulting spot-kick to bring her side level.

Ghana took the lead again when substitute Suzzy Teye received a long pass from Abdulai on the right wing to beat her marker before finishing at the near post past Gutierrez.
Mexico came back to the game when Suzzy’s goal was counseled by the late Perez’s strike.

The game ended 2-2 after regulation time with penalties remaining the only determining factor for who qualified for the semifinal. Mexico’s Gutierrez saved spot-kicks from Justice Tweneboaa and Elizabeth Oppong to lead El Tri to the historic victory.

Mexico advanced to the semifinal after converting 4 of their kicks as against Ghana’s 2. The win means Mexico have advanced to their first-ever FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup semi-final.

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