FK Minsk beat Zurich 1-0 in the first leg of the UEFA Women’s Champions League round of 32 in Minsk on 11 September at home to a good standing waiting on September 26, to conclude their campaign to a round on 16
Black Queens center back, Faustina Ampah’s FK Minsk emerged as one of the 2 clubs who won at home going in the second leg of the 2019-20 UEFA Women’s Champions League with one (1) goal advantage.
The Belarusian Champions progressed to the round of 32 of the UEFA Women’s Champions League after beating Bettembourg of Luxembourg in a cricket scoreline by 12-0 in the opening group 4 match, winning 2-1 against Croatia side Split FC in the second game and finally scoring 2-0 against host Kharkiv in Ukraine.
Minsk have 4 African players and aside Ampah, all other three played part as they topped group 4 earning all 9 points, scored 16 goals and conceded just 1.
Cote D’ivoire’s Nadege Cissé, Cameroonian left full back Alvine Njolle and Nigeria Super Falcons forward Emuidzhi Oghiabekhva all played their part in the team with the latter winning the day for her side.
Black Queens’ defender Faustina Ampah, who has always played an integral part in the teams champions League feat was missing in action this season due to knee injury.