Ghana U-20 are through to the semi-finals of the AFCON U-20 after beating Cameroon on penalties in their quarter-finals game at the Olympique Stadium in Nouakchott, Mauritania.
Black Satellites suffered to get the ball forward due to poor touches and passing on the day.
They gained possession to dominate the early minutes after Frank Boateng came to replace Matthew Anim-Cudjoe.
Precious Boah came close to register the opener with his stunning free-kicks trademark but Cameroon Goalkeeper Junior Hecube denied him from scoring.
Black Satellites pile up pressure on Cameroon but their efforts went furtile as the game was pushed into an extra-time after no goal was produced in the 90minutes.
Kevin-Prince Milla snatched the opener for Cameroon in the 103rd minutes with a powerful header.
Frank Boateng equalized in a minutes later after making a good use of a pass from Afriyie Barnie at the 104th minutes of the game for Ghana.
The game eventually moved to penalties; Boah, Barnie, Anokye and Assinki Converted their penalties whilst Cameroon missed two.
The Ghana Black Satellites managed to book a ticket to the Semi-finals of the 2021 Mauritania AFCON U-20 after beating Cameroon 4-2 on Penalties this afternoon.