Hasaacas Ladies Secure Convincing 2-0 Victory Over Jonina Ladies

Hasaacas Ladies secured a convincing victory over Jonina Ladies in a thrilling match that ended with a 2-0 scoreline. Hasaacas Ladies displayed exceptional teamwork and skill throughout the game, dominating the play from start to finish

What happened

The match kicked off with both teams showing determination and hunger for victory. Hasaacas Ladies paraded a strong squad, with players like Grace Baanwa, Comfort Owusu, Fatimata Fuseini, Ruby Osei, and Vera Arkorful taking charge on the field. The team’s attacking prowess was evident as they created several scoring opportunities.

In the 43rd minute, Abiba Issah made a breakthrough and scored a brilliant goal, giving Hasaacas Ladies the lead. The goal brought a wave of confidence to the team, and they continued to press forward relentlessly.

Just before the end of the first half, in the 45+1 minute, Mukarama Abdulai extended Hasaacas Ladies’ lead with an exceptional goal. The team celebrated their successful attack and headed into halftime with a comfortable advantage.

The second half began with Hasaacas Ladies maintaining their dominance on the field. Although no further goals were scored in this half, they displayed exceptional defensive skills to prevent any chances for Jonina Ladies to get back into the game.

In the 47th minute, Hasaacas Ladies made their first substitution, bringing in Vivian Cudjoe in place of Fatoumata Tamboura. This substitution injected fresh energy into the team, ensuring their control over the game.

In the 55th minute, Comfort Owusu received a yellow card for a tactical foul. Despite this setback, Hasaacas Ladies remained composed and focused on maintaining their lead.

In the 70th minute, Hasaacas Ladies made another substitution due to an injury. Veronica Kumah replaced the injured Firdaus Yakubu, ensuring the team’s stability in midfield.

As the game progressed, the referee added 7 minutes of extra time. Hasaacas Ladies continued to dominate the play, showcasing their discipline and determination. The team’s solid defense denied Jonina Ladies any chance of a comeback.

At full time, Hasaacas Ladies emerged victorious with a 2-0 scoreline. The team’s cohesive performance and clinical finishing ensured a well-deserved win.

What it means

Hasmal still leads the league with a 5-point advantage. A win on Sunday would secure our eighth consecutive championship in the southern zone.

What’s next

The games continue to come thick and fast as we host Police Ladies at Gyandu Park on Saturday, May 18, 2024.

Kick-off time is 3:00 pm.