September 18, 2017 - The Ethiopian national women's under-20 football team on Sunday scored two crucial goals in their 2-2 draw against Kenya in the first leg of their second round qualifying campaign for the 2018 Fifa Women's World Cup.
Forward Mirikat Feleke opened the scoring for Ethiopia in the 19th minute and ten minutes later, they went two-up courtesy of an Alemnesh Geremew strike for a 2-0 lead at halftime in the match played at the Hawassa Stadium.
The Kenyans Starlets rallied back after the break and pulled a goal back through skipper Corazon Aquino 's penalty in the 85th minute, before Maureen Khakasi completed the comeback in the 90th minute.
The two teams face off again in the return leg on September 29 at the Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos. Should Kenya prevail over Ethiopia, they will enter the tournament's second last qualification stage where they will face either Algeria or Ghana.
Source:- The Nation