As Nigeria face South Africa in in the present day’s Africa Women Cup of Nations remaining in Accra, Ghana, the Super Falcons say they gained’t give the Banyana Banyana any room to dictate the tempo.
The Nigerians have promised to retain the trophy by attacking the South Africans from the referee’s first blast of the whistle on the Accra Sports activities Stadium.In 20 years of its existence, Nigeria had dominated the Ladies AFCON to an embarrassing diploma, with solely Equatorial Guinea breaking their clear sweep on two events.
Expertise is a bonus for the Tremendous Falcons, however it will not be a straightforward afternoon towards a skillful, artistic, energetic and technically–savvy Banyana Banyana aspect boosted by their 1-Zero defeat of the Tremendous Falcons within the opening match of Group B in Cape City on November 18.Goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi would as standard, be protected by the quartet of Josephine Chukwunonye, Onome Ebi, Osinachi Ohale and Ngozi Ebere, with Rita Chikwelu, Halimatu Ayinde and Ngozi Okobi prone to star within the center, behind Francisca Ordega, Need Oparanozie and Asisat Oshoala.
Nigeria defeated South Africa to win 2000 AWC in Johannesburg.Former Super Falcons coach, Ismaila Mabo, says historical past would repeat itself once more in Nigeria’ favour this afternoon.
Talking with The Guardian yesterday, Mabo stated regardless the scores of the primary group sport the place South Africa beat Nigeria, it will be unimaginable for them to repeat that feat towards the Falcons right now.
Former Super Eagles coach, Christian Chukwu, has nonetheless, urged the Falcons to strategy right now’s remaining with whole dedication. Chukwu said that the monetary motivation by the NFF was sufficient to propel the women towards Banyana Banyana.“The Falcons will beat South Africa within the remaining. However they shouldn’t be too aggressive within the match, they usually should keep away from complacency. The Falcons mustn’t take into consideration the defeat to South Africa within the group stage,” Chukwu said.