Ghana advanced to the semifinals of the Wafu B Women’s Cup after a decisive 4-1 victory over Burkina Faso on Sunday.
Sitting third with three points, the Black Queens headed into the final game in Group A needing victory at all cost to continue their campaign for the title.
Portia Boakye broke the deadlock after a cagey start on 25 minutes.
Grace Asantewaa doubled the lead in the 39th minute. The first half ended 2-0 for the Queens.
Salimata Simporé pulled one back for Burkina Faso after Priscilla Okyere made it 3-0 in the second half.
Late on, Portia Boakye killed off the game with her brace and went on to win the woman-of-the-match award.
Ghana are into the last four alongside hosts Cote d’Ivoire who also registered a 7-0 victory over Niger in the other group match. The Ivorians finished as Group A winners with 7 points.