The promising Ghanaian side flawlessly converted beautiful spot kicks to beat their Spanish counterparts 4-2 in the finals after a goalless stalemate in regulation time.
Despite moving to Dubai in batches for the tournament, the Ghanaian side comfortably won their opening two matches with ease in a tireless style.
The team managed to beat Dubai side Al Wahda 4-0 at 1pm on Thursday before playing Egyptian side Wadi Degla at 8pm the same day since they arrived late for the tournament.
Despite playing a game earlier in the day, Lizzy Sports Academy walloped the Egyptian side 6-1 that evening.
Then came the test of Barcelona the next day but the Spanish side bowed to the Ghanaian side in a 2-0 defeat to make the Ghanaian side table toppers and qualify for the 1/16 stage.
Canadian Academy of Football struggled to stand on their feet against the Ghanaian side, suffering a 2-0 to give Lizzy Sports Academy a ticket to the quarter finals where they met Italian side Juventus.
The U13 side of the Old Ladies of the Serie A fell on penalty shootouts after holding the Ghanaian side in regulation time.