The 2015 and 2017 WAFU Champions were looking forward to a third consecutive win but missed out through poor penalty kicks from Fatawu Mohammed , Augustine Ocrah and Justice Blay.
After 90minutes the teams were tied 1-1 after in extra-time.
Senegal broke the deadlock of the game after 106 minutes through Youssouph Badji but the Ghanaians responded quickly with Joseph Esso after just three minutes to put the Black Stars B on level.
The game came to closure with penalty shootouts being the only mechanism to use before any team could emerge victorious.
In the shootout, Augustine Okrah and Fatawu Mohammed Okrah missed the first and second kick respectively before Appiah McCarthy scored the third kick for Ghana.
On the hand, Senegal effected and scored their first three penalty kicks before Justice Blay missed the fourth and the last kick for Ghana which saw the host to have won 3-1 on penalties.
It was a bad night for Ghana as the Black Stars B couldn’t defend their title whilst Senegal won it on their soil.
Senegal was hosting the tournament for the first time in their history and thus lifted the ultimate prize after a good campaign.
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