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2023 FIFA WWC: Super Falcons clinches Africa’s first win as they beat Co-Host country, Australia 3-2



Super Falcon has clinched Africa’s first victory in the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup after comfortably
beating Co-Host country Australia in a 3-2 display.


The highly anticipated match delivered as expected following how the two Nations battled for their peak.


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Battling for the right spot on the top of Group B Nigeria scrambled out 3 points to lead the group in what seemed to be a thriller.

Austrian Gen, E. van Egmond however gave the Co-Host country the lead in the 45+1 of the game sparking a heated pressure managed professionally by the Super Falcons.

Via enhanced composure, Super Falcons bounced back and equalised through U. Kanu’s quick stunning goal just before the final whistle of the first half.

In dominance, Nigeria extended their lead after Ohale found her rhythm and forced the ball into the back of the net in a grand style in the 65th minute of the game leaving vast confidence for Barcelona’s nightmare, A. Oshoala to comfortably bury the game in the 72nd minute of the game.

She was pumped to gift her motherland the lead which thrust her to pull her shirt making the headlines ahead of other stars of the game.

Australia slightly bounced back at the 90+10 minute of the game after A. Kennedy forced in a cancellation goal for the host country which wasn’t enough to boost their stay in the heated group.

Having gone unbeaten since the core of the 2023 FIFA WWC quest, the Super Falcon had climbed to the first spot of Group B as they eye the knockout phase.




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