- Cameroon qualify for second straight FIFA Ladies’s World Cup
- Friday’s Four-2 win over Mali secured their ticket to France 2019
- Les Lionnes be part of Nigeria and South Africa in claiming Africa’s three qualification locations
Cameroon claimed Africa’s third and remaining qualification place for the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup France 2019™ after incomes a Four-2 victory over Mali within the match for third place on the CAF Ladies’s Africa Cup of Nations Ghana 2018 on Friday.
It was Cameroon that bought out to a two-goal benefit following a pair of targets from Ninon Abena. She gave Les Lionnes the lead simply after the half-hour mark earlier than registering her second of the match on 40 minutes.
Undeterred, Mali restored parity in Cape Coast. Fatoumata Diarra halved the deficit simply earlier than half-time, than an personal purpose by Cameroon’s Aurelle Awona drew Les Aiglonnes stage on 56 minutes.
That solely prompted Cameroon to re-claim the lead, with Gabrielle Onguene hanging residence the winner on 62 minutes. In second half stoppage time, Christine Manie scored a fourth purpose to make sure their ticket for France 2019.
This might be Cameroon’s second straight look at a Ladies’s World Cup, having debuted on this stage at Canada 2015. They be part of Nigeria and South Africa in claiming Africa’s three qualification spots for subsequent yr’s world finals.
On Saturday, Nigeria and South Africa will contest the ultimate of Ghana 2018 in Accra.