Hosts Ghana have exited the 2018 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations at the group stage after a 1-1 with Cameroon in Accra on Friday.
The draw was enough to ensure Cameroon qualified for the semi-final of the competition as winners of Group A with seven points.
Mali have also reached the last four after twice coming from behind to beat Algeria 3-2 in Cape Coast.
The Black Queens went into the game knowing they had to win to guarantee their qualification from the group and they scored first through Portia Boakye in the 31st minute.
But the lead lasted 10 minutes as Cameroon equalised after they were awarded a penalty which was converted by Christine Manie.