By PRECIOUS RAJANE THE South Africas Under-20 women Basetsana went down 2-0 when they hosted Ghana last Saturday for the FIFA u/20 women's world cup qualifiers 1st leg at Sinaba stadium. The visitors took the lead in the second half when Florence Dadson scored the crucial goal. The celebration from the visitors continued when Elizabeth Addo added another goal after Ghana was awarded a penalty due to a foul in the penalty area by Patience Hlongwana. The home team was without their experienced striker Jermaine Seopasenwe who is suffering an injury, which according to coach Sheryl Botes was their main problem of not being able to score. "Ghana was spot on and they immediately worked on our weakness which was failling to get the strikers to work together as we had to make changes after Jermaine suffered an injury. We need to change a few tactics and focus on the final touches." Botes added that they are fully aware of the challenge ahead when they visit Ghana, "We are under pressure right now, we have a big task to beat them and we will work hard in achieving it. I hope Jermaine recovers before the game because she is one of the more experienced strikers." While Botes hopes for an immediate recovery, Ghana coach Robert Sackey warns their opponents that the team will be more aggressive on their home soil. "We will make sure that we give all we have, we won't settle for a draw just like we didn't here, the job is not yet done but I am happy," he said. The home team will have to score three goals to nil to see them advance to the final round, if not, they will join their baby sisters u/17 back home when they failed to qualify for the u/17 FIFA women's world cup. South Africa will visit Ghana for the secong leg and the overall winner will play the final round of the qualifiers.