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Ghana’s Black Maidens have qualified to the Quarter Finals stage of the ongoing U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament in Amman, Jordan.

The Maidens beat Paraguay to ensure advancement in a thrilling game which saw captain, Sandra Owusu Ansah execute a non-stop volley for the sole goal of the game.

Coach, Evans Adotey stated his girls had a poor start where they were beaten 5-0 by Japan in their first game but rebounded to secure 6 points in their two last games.

“I psyched my girls that they must pick themselves up and ensure they win their other matches to advance,” he declared.

Ghana takes on Korea on Thursday.

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