Hasaacas Ladies FC of Ghana edged ASFAR FC of Morocco 2-1 in the first semi-final to qualify for the final of the maiden TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League.
Doris Boaduwaa scored the first goal of the game for Hasaacas Ladies FC with a header from Perpetua Agyekum cross in the 36th minute.
Najat Badri equalised for ASAR FC when she tapped in Fatima Tagnaout’s cross in the 45th minute.
Evelyn Badu converted the winning goal for Hasaacas Ladies FC off an assist from Doris Boaduwaa in the 77th minute.
In the second semifinal, Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies FC of South Africa had to rely on penalty shoot out to be able to defeat Malabo Kings of Equatorial Guinea, and booked a date with Hasaacas Ladies for the final of the maiden TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League.
Both sides were unable to find the back of the net after 90 minutes and additional 30 minutes of extra time which made the game the first match in the history of the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League to go into penalty shootouts.
Chantelle Esau missed her penalty kick for Mamelodi Sundowns while the duo of Salome Nke and Fanta Florence missed their spot-kicks for Malabo Kings which ensured that the South African side recorded a 5-4 win on penalties to grab the final slot.