The Black Princesses of Ghana exited the 2022 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica without a point.
Ghana ended their journey after losing their last Group game 4-1 to the Netherlands.
The Netherlands worsen the Black Princesses’ woes after inflicting a painful 4-1 defeat on Ghana in the match-day three of Group D at the Estadio Nacional, San Jose.
Two-goal heroine Liz Rijsbergen opened the score for the European nation with a fine strike on the 28th minute to end the first half in a 1-0 lead.
Back from the break, the Netherlands continued their impressive performance against Ghana to register three more goals to secure a place in the next round of the tournament.
Six minute after the recess, Ziva Henry doubled the score for Netherlands after a goalkeeping blunder from Ghana’s Cynthia Konlan.
Hasaacas Ladies attacker Doris Boaduwaa pulled one back for Ghana with a brilliant finish on the 53rd minute of the game.
Rijsbergen grabbed her second goal of the day with an audacious strike which made the Ghanaians looked heart-broken after the hour-mark.
The Netherlands sealed their resounding victory over Ghana after a late spot-kick was converted brilliant by Marit Auee on the 84th minute.