Ghana’s Hasaacas Ladies kept firm grip of their place in the semi finals of the inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League after sharing the spoils with tournament host Wadi Degla.
The entertaining game ended 2-2 as the Ghanaian champions topped group A and secured a place in the next stage while remaining unbeaten.
Faustina Nyame Aidoo and Veronica Appiah scored in the 20th and 49th minutes of the game respectively to ensure Hasaacas Ladies came from behind twice to deny tournament host.
The result put Hasaacas Ladies FC top on Group A with seven points and with a record 8 goals scored in the group phase, more than any other team.
Coach Yussif Basigi threw in two changes from the squad that won 3-0 against AS Mandé on match day two.
Shine Blessing and Azumah Bugre were excused from this squad list; Comfort Owusu and Doreen Copson taking their places in defense and midfield respectively.
Host team, Wadi Degla took the lead twice but the Giantess were on hand to level matters each time to ensure the game ended 2-2.
Faustina Nyame Aidoo scored a stunning header, connecting to Perpetual Agyekum’s perfect cross to send the game level.
The host again snatched the lead approaching the end of the half with a 2-1 lead.
Not long after the restart, a similar cross was sent inside the box on the 49th minute and this time Veronica Appiah was on the end of matters to put the game level on 2-2.
Despite pounding the surface to secure the lead, the game ended 2-2.
Hasaacas Ladies will now wait on the Group B games tomorrow to learn opponents for the semfinal.