Black Queens head coach, Nora Hauptle has expressed her satisfaction with her side's satisfying performance against Rwanda in the first round of qualifiers for the 2024 CAF Women's Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) tournament.
Ghana recorded a 12-0 aggregate scoreline against their opponents to qualify for the second round of the qualifiers.
After the game, Nora acknowledged the progress but emphasized that there is more work ahead.
"Rather than asking how many goals we'll score, we focus on our performance. When we perform well, results follow.
"We're pleased with the win, advancing to the second round, but there's still work to be done."
Under Nora's leadership, the Black Queens have won all seven matches, displaying both a prolific offense and a strong defence.
The Ghana women's national team advanced to the next round of the qualifiers with a 12-0 aggregate scoreline, having won the first leg 7-0 last week in Kigali, Rwanda.
They face Namibia in the next round, where the winner of the tie will book a place in next year's tournament.