U-20 World Cup: Falconets Rout Canada 3-1, Face Holland in Q’final

U-20 World Cup: Falconets Rout Canada 3-1, Face Holland in Q’final

The Falconets have won their last Group C match against Canada 3-1 in the continuous U-2-World Cup.

The young ladies recorded the success on Thursday morning to get done with an ideal nine brings up of nine in Group C.

Lead trainer, Chris Musa, said before the experience that his young ladies would look to win even as a quarter-last ticket was at that point taken care of, to support their triumphant mindset following hard-battled triumphs over France and Korea Republic.

Africa’s best group surrendered their most memorable objective of the opposition in a coincidental way, following goalkeeper Omini Oyono’s unfortunate administration of a backpass from Jumoke Alani that conceded Kala Novak a chance objective in under two minutes.

“It was perfect as far as we were concerned to return from that misfortune, and furthermore yielding first in the competition. We showed character and soul, and that would be immense as far as we’re concerned proceeding in the opposition,” Musa said after the match.

Midfield producer Esther Onyenezide, whose horrible twisting shot procured each of the three focuses against Korea Republic to send the Falconets into the keep going eight on Monday morning, scored from the punishment spot in the 24th moment to pull the Falconets level. Protector Mia Pante had dealt with the ball from a Blessing Okpe shot in the case.

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The Falconets looked made and surefooted in the center with the arrival of Deborah Abiodun, who passed on the experience with the Koreans, and Chiamaka Okwuchukwu likewise played a roused game subsequent to beginning without precedent for the competition. Her firm header from a Blessing Okpe cross in the fifteenth moment missed barely.

Onyenezide shot Nigeria ahead, likewise from the spot, in the 32nd moment minute, after Simi Awujo’s perilous play against Mercy Idoko, as the last option went for a header from Rofiat Imuran’s inswinger, was punished.

In the additional season of first period, Idoko verged on scoring her most memorable objective of the competition, yet her touch from another Imuran inswinger kissed the upstanding.

In the last part, the Falconets expanded their game, and it was nothing unexpected when Imuran, again with a visionary cross, set up substitute Chioma Olise for Nigeria’s third objective.

Their royal mission in the gathering stage procures the Falconets a quarter-last date with the Netherlands in Alajuela as from 1am on Monday (Nigeria time)

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