Ghana clinched a place at their fifth consecutive Fifa U-20 Women’s World Cup finals with a 3-0 win over Cameroon on Saturday.
The Black Princesses emerged 4-1 aggregate winners with goals from Ernest Abambila, Princella Adubea and Sandra Owusu Ansah.
Abambila began cementing Ghana’s place at France 2018 with the opening goal after 15 minutes.
Skipper Princella Adubea doubled the advantage after a sweet counter attack in the 39th minute.
Lanky striker Sandra Owusu Ansah then scored three minutes after coming on in the second half. She replace Helena Obeng and grabbed her goal in the 78th minute.
Ghana is joined by Nigeria to represent Africa at the 2018 Fifa Under-20 Women’s World Cup set for France from August 5-24.
Martha Annan – Justice Tweneboaa, Gladys Amfobea, Blessing Agbomadzi, Philicity Asuako/90’ Olivia Anokye, Ernestina Abambila, Helena Obeng/75’ Sandra Owusu Ansah, Grace Acheampong, Princella Adubea, Grace Asantewaa, Ruth Anima
Bawou Ange – Ndzié Thérèse (c), Monkam Henriette, Tsadjia Dolores, Moumazim Michelle, Dabda Claudia, Mefire Viviane, Touta Noelle, Mpeh Christiana, Kameni Flora, Takounda Alexandra