- Midfielder Alice Kusi starred for her club in their UEFA Women’s Champions League match
- She scored the final goal of the game to help Spartak Subotica to a 5-2
- There was another Ghanaian who played for Spartak in the win
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Black Queens midfielder Alice Kusi scored and set up a goal for Serbian club Spartak Subotica in the UEFA Women’s Champions League on Wednesday.
The 26-year old scored the final goal of the game to help Spartak Subotica to a 5-2 win over Irish side Peamount United in the Uefa Women’s Champions League first qualifying round match.
Kusi also provided the assist for Serb Tijana Filipovic who scored four times in the game according to the Irish Times.
Kusi was not the only Black Queen on the pitch as fellow Ghanaian Sandra Owusu Ansah also featured for the Serbian side.
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Kusi started the game alongside Owusu Ansah, however, they were substituted in the 62nd and 73rd minutes respectively.
After the game, Kusi took to Instagram to share her joy with the caption: "First win in UWCL we’re SPARTAK"
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian female footballer and a member of the Black Queens, Wasila Diwura-Soale, has successfully completed her bachelors degree in interdisciplinary studies from the Louisiana State University in the United States.
The 24-year-old was able to merge football with education while playing for the Louisiana State University female soccer team.
In a post on the official website of LSU, the former Black Princesses player graduated last Friday, after a successful programme.
Wasila Diwura-Soale started her footballing career in Ghana before moving to the United States in 2016.
She represented Ghana at the U-17 Women's World Cup in 2012, but it was at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup that she shot to prominence.