Ghanaâ€™s Black Princesses finally bowed out of the 2018 FIFA U-20 Womenâ€™s World Cup with a 1-0 win over New Zealand.
Ruth Animahâ€™s 75th minute strike was what gave the Princesses maximum points at the Stade Guy Piriou in Concarneau on Sunday.
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But Ghana had lost her two opening games in the tournament, first losing their opener 1-4 to France and later losing 0-4 to debutantes the Netherlands to make Sundayâ€™s encounter a dead rubber.
New Zealand, however, had a slim chance of going through, having drawn goalless with France in the previous game.
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But Yusif Basigiâ€™s side left it late as they beat the Oceanians in the final group game.
The two sides, unfortunately, exit the tournament with France and the Dutch qualifying to the quarter-finals.