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Black Queens Midfielder Achiaa Anesthesia Hits 'Siuu' in 7-0 Demolishing of Rwanda: Video
- Ghana thumped Rwanda in the first leg of the WAFCON qualifier in Kigali
- The Black Queens defeated their opponents 7-0 at the King Pele stadium
- Ghana will host Rwanda in the second leg in Accra next week
Black Queens midfielder, Achiaa Anesthesia crowned a spectacular performance by hitting Ronaldo's famous 'siuu' celebration as Ghana thrashed Rwanda in the Women's African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Black Queens travelled to Kigali to beat Rwanda 7-0 in the first leg, making the second leg an easier task.
Goals from Doris Boaduwaa, Evelyn Badu, Princella Adubea, Alice Kusi, and Anesthesia ensured Ghana made light work of their hosts at the King Pele stadium.
In a video shared on social media, Anesthesia, who scored a brace, was spotted hitting the 'siuu' after netting a beautiful volley in the 76th minute.
The Black Queens will return to Ghana on Thursday to begin preparations for the second leg in Accra.
How Ghana strolled to victory
The Black Queens got off to a bright start after Doris Boaduwaa opened the scoring just two minutes into the match, heading home from a corner kick.
Evelyn Badu then doubled the lead seven minutes later after rounding the Rwanda goalkeeper before rolling the ball into the net. Princella Adubea extended Ghana's advantage midway through the first half as the Black Queens went into the break with a 3-0 lead.
After the break, the West African giants were too hot to handle for Rwanda as Alice Kusi scored eight minutes into the second half. Badu netted her second of the game after the hour mark before Anesthesia volleyed home to make it 6-0.
Anesthesia sealed victory with nine minutes remaining with a lovely finish, as reported by ghanasoccernet.com.
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The Black Queens are eyeing a return to the WAFCON after missing the 2022 edition in Morocco.
Black Queens fail to qualify for WAFCON
The Black Queens needed three unanswered goals to earn qualification to the tournament in Morocco, but managed to score only one in the slim win in Accra on Sunday, October 24, 2021.
In photos posted on Twitter by Dada Oliseh, cited by YEN.com.gh, players of the Black Queens were heartbroken by the result, knowing they would have to wait for another two years to try again.