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2022 WAFCON: Results of the Semi-Final Games played on Monday, Goalscorers and Others

By Emmanuel Oladele - The semi-final stage games of the 2022 Women Africa Cup of Nations were played yesterday (Monday) in Morocco. In the first semi-final game, South Africa defeated the Copper Queens of Zambia by 1-0. Linda Motlhalo scored from the spot in the added time to fire the Banyana Banyana to the final. See details below;

FULL-TIME RESULT

• 18/07/2022. Zambia  0-1   South Africa - Full-Time

Goalscorer

• Linda Motlhalo ⚽90+4' (P) - South Africa

In the second semi-final game, Morocco handed the defending Champions Super Falcons of Nigeria a shocking defeat in penalty shootout. At the end of extra time the scoreline remained 1-1, and Morocco won 5-4 on penalties. In that game, Super Falcons duo of Halimatu Ayinde and Rasheedat Ajibade were red carded for hard tackles on two Morocco players. The Super Falcons played with 9 Women from the 71st minute in the second half until end of the extra time. See details below;


MATCH RESULT

• 18/07/2022. Morocco  1 (5)-(4) 1   Nigeria - End of Extra Time

                      Penalty Shootout

             Morocco                Nigeria
R. Ayane       ✅                  ✅ G. Monday                 
N. El Chad    ✅                  ✅ A. Plumptre            
Z. Redouani ✅                  ✅ Obiang Otu
G. Chebbak  ✅                  ❌ I. Onumonu                     
Y. Mrabet     ✅                  ✅ R. Chikwelu
                                       

Goalscorers

• Yasmin Mrabet ⚽62' (OG)

• SanaĆ¢ Mssoudy ⚽66' - Morocco

Morocco are now through to the final and will face South Africa on Saturday 23 July at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat.

Meanwhile, Nigeria will face Zambia in the third place game on Friday 22 July at the Stade Mohammed V in Casablanca.

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