Black Princesses captain Priscilla Adubea wants the team to avoid complacency despite beating Kenya 5-0 in the first leg match of the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup qualifier.
The Princesses whitewashed their counterparts from East Africa at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Sunday to make the second leg a mere formality.
Adubea, top scorer of the National Women’s League bagged a double brace with winger Helen Obeng getting the other goal for Ghana.
The 19-year-old who led the team to a resounding and comprehensive win is not ruling out the chances of their opponents (Kenya) hence wants the team to maintain their focus ahead of the reverse fixture at the Kenyatta Stadium.
“It was a wonderful game and I am happy to score four goals, before the game I promised myself to get a hat-trick but God being so good I was able to score four goals,” she said after the game.
“The Kenya’s are very good, but we were just determined. We were motivated to beat them.
“It is not done yet, we have to go there and win as well because you wouldn’t know what would happen there, this is football and anything can happen.
“Therefore it is important to avoid complacency and prepare very well for the second leg match.”
Ghana is hoping to make a sixth successive FIFA u20 women’s World Cup appearance.
By Frank Darkwah