Black Princesses captain Rahman Rasheda says their exit from this year's FIFA U20 Women's World Cup in Papua New Guinea is unfortunate.
Ghana managed a 1-1 draw with USA in their final Group C match on Monday.
What the result means is that coach Didi Dramani's side finished bottom of the Group and got ejected alongside New Zealand who were beaten 2-0 by second place France.
Rahman Rasheda who was optimistic of winning the competition expressed disappointment for failing Ghanaians.
" We fought hard but it wasn't good enough to take us to the next stage. So unfortunate! We are always grateful for your support. Thank you 🇬🇭"
The United States of America and France progressed to the knockout stage.
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