The Ghana under 20 Women's team, the Black Princesses are almost out of the 2022 Women's World Cup going on in Costa Rica but some of the players still have hope of winning their last match to be able to qualify to the next stage of the tournament.
With their current position, it will take a divine intervention to help them qualify to the quarter final. The Black Princesses are on the 4th position with 0 point and negative 5 goals. They lost to the United States of America in their opener and with the second match, Japan defeated them in a 2-0 score. Now they will face the Netherlands on the 17th of this month. This is the same team that scored the USA 3-0.
The last match even look tougher but one of the Black Princesses players, Cecelia Nyama has said that, they will defeat the Netherlands and bring back the U20 Women's World Cup Trophy to Ghana. She even said that, Ghanaians do not believe int the squad but will did whatever they can to bring home the trophy. She revealed this through Atinka FM.
She said, "Ghanaians didn’t believe in our team even before we departed for this World Cup but they should start believing that we can bring the trophy and it will come to pass. We will surely beat Netherlands in our last game."
This clearly shows that, the Black Princesses are very determined to win their last match and proceed to the quarter final. They now want the whole country to support them in their last match with Netherlands.
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