The Ghanaian giants Hasaacas Ladies are on course to become the first ever winners of the tournament.
South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns will meet Ghana’s Hasaacas Ladies in the first ever Women’s African Champions League final on Friday in Egypt.
Hasaacas Ladies had become the first side to reach the final as they beat Morocco’s AS FAR 2-1 in Monday’s opening semi-final in Cairo.
“We feel great, this is a dream coming true for us,” Hasaacas Ladies captain Janet Egyir said after the game.
Later on Monday, Mamelodi Sundowns needed penalties to overcome Malabo Kings from Equatorial Guinea as the second semi-final ended goalless after 120 minutes.
After 90 minutes of stalemate, both sides had chances to win the game in extra-time, with substitute Thalea Smidt hitting the bar with a long-range effort for Sundowns.
With the final action of the game, Bambanani Mbane made a crucial tackle on Bella Rose, who had broken behind the defence and looked set for a one-on-one chance against Sundowns’ keeper Andile Dlamini.