Accra, April 5, GNA – Police Ladies FC rallied from behind twice to snatch a vital point from Thunder Queens in match-day 13 of the Women’s Premier League played at the Carl Reindorf Park in Accra.
Playing away, Police Ladies’ drew 2-2 with with Thunder Queens at the end of regulation time.
It was Thunder Queens’ Vivian Konadu Adjei who maneuvered her way through from the right flanks of the opponent’s box to hit the ball at the top corner of the goal post, beating goalkeeper Nana Ama Asantewaa in the 22nd minute.
Eleventh minutes after the goal, Grace Animah set up Ruth Appiah to equalize for Police Ladies to end the first half one all.
A minute into the second half, Gifty Osei wasted no time after grabbing an opportunity to double the lead for Thunder Queens.
Chasing for a point, Police Ladies’ assistant coach, Tabasu Abu Kassim introduced Bernice Apprey Arhinful and Victoria Williams Teye which resulted to excessive pressure on the homers.
Thunder Queens’ Osei again was presented with a glorious opportunity to grab a brace but her header in the 18 yard box was not enough to beat Asantewaa.
In the 63rd minute, Mary Berko pulled parity for her side.
With five minutes remaining to end the game, Police Juanita Aguadze had a golden chance to put her side in the lead but she missed the goal post by inches.
The draw puts Thunder Queens on 18 points whilst Police Ladies on 17.
Thunder Queens, goal scorer Gifty Osei was named the Nasco player of the match.
The Women’s Premier League is partnered with Betway Ghana.
Source: Ghana News Agency