Black Queens revived their campaign at the 2020 Turkish Women’s Cup after a 4-0 thrashing of Northern Ireland B on Saturday at the at the Gold City Sports Complex in Alanya on Turkey’s southern coast.
A few minutes after the half hour mark, Beatrice Sesu unleashed a rocket which flew into the net with goalkeeper Lauren Perry left with no chance to keep it out.
Four minutes from the half time whistle, the Black Queens were 3-0 up thanks to a Grace Asantewaa close range finish.
Portia Boakye hit the bar line and whipped in a cross from the left, which was parried back into the play by the Northern Ireland goalkeeper.
In the 52nd minute, Asantewaa grabbed a personal second when she dribbled her way into the box before shooting home.
Adubea, who plays for CD Sporting Club de Huelva, shockingly spurned a goal scoring opportunity from 12 yards when she shot wide.
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