2018 AWCON: Ghana winger Sherifatu Sumaila upbeat despite losing 2-1 to Mali

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Black Queens winger Sherifatu Sumaila is upbeat despite the losing 2-1 to Mali in the second group A game in the ongoing African Women’s Cup of Nations at the Accra Sports Stadium.Sumaila believes Ghana will bounce back after the defeat to Mali to qualify to the semi-final of the competition.Mali opened the scoring in the 22nd-minute courtesy Bassira Toure strike from the spot after she was brought down Ghana’s goalkeeper Patricia Mantey.The Queens restored parity in the 75th minute also from a penalty converted by captain Elizabeth Addo.But Mali never dropped their heads and maintained the pressure on the hosts before regaining the lead in the 75th minute courtesy of a goalkeeping howler.The LA Galaxy Orange player has called on Ghanaians to avoid blame games and believe they can beat Cameroon in their final group game. https://twitter.com/SSumaila7/status/1065182167343529984— (@SSumaila7) Ghana will play Cameroon, who have won both of their games on Friday with a place in the semi-finals at stake.The Black Queens could also miss out on a place at next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in France if they fail to win on Friday.
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