Portia Boakye, the captain of the Black Queens, has emphasized the team’s resolve ahead of Tuesday’s second leg of their first-round 2024 Olympic Games qualifying match against Guinea.
Boakye highlighted that the team will play for victory in the match at the Accra Sports Stadium despite having a comfortable 3-0 lead from the first leg.
Vivian Konadu, Doris Boaduwaa, and Evelyn Badu scored goals for Ghana’s women’s national team to secure a convincing 3-0 victory in the first leg in Conakry.
With all 23 players present, the team finished their final practice on Monday evening to perfect their preparations for Tuesday’s match, buoyed by the strong first-leg performance.
Black Queens captain Portia Boakye reminded Ghanaians of their intention to capture another victory at home in a press conference before the workout.
We can’t promise any goals because if we do and we don’t achieve them, the Ghanaians will come for us, as my coach (Nora Hauptle) explained, she said.
“But we’ll score for Guinea, of course. Because I and the other players are prepared, we will win the game tomorrow.