The Black Starlets of Ghana demolished the Young Panthers of Gabon by five goals to nothing in the on going African Under 17 Championship currently going on in Gabon.

A brace from winger Emmanuel Toku as well as skipper Eric Eyiah and one from substitute Patmos Antah saw a rampant Ghana side securing their ticket to the Under 20 World Cup in India.

Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin made just two changes to the side that beat Cameroon 4-0 on Sunday bringing in Tennyson Owusu and Osman Faisal.

After the early exchanges, skipper Eric Eyiah converted a 29th minute penalty to give Ghana the lead after he was brought down in the penalty box.

The Black Starlets continued to dominate the game and got the second goal in the 39 minute when Emmanuel Toku pounced on a loose ball and fired in with precision.

Ayiah made in 3-0 twelve minutes after the break with a poachers strike whilst Toku completed his double with a classy finish in the 67th minute after going past two players.

Substitute Mohammed Idriss came close to scoring but missed target narrowly in the 70th minute as the Starlets maintained their momentum.

Patmos Arhin who was introduced with just 15 minutes to go netted with his first effort of the game in the 76th minute as the Starlets held on to their 5-0 lead.

Ghana will now face Guinea in the last Group game on Saturday.