2023 WWC: Super Falcons Round of 16 Opponent revealed
At the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2023, the Nigerian Super Falcons will play the English team, the reigning European champions.
On Monday, July 7, the event is scheduled to take place in Brisbane's Lang Park.
After winning Group D, the Three Lionesses scheduled a match with the Super Falcons.
The two teams will meet for the first time ever at this event.
Sarina Wiegman’s side thrashed China 6-1 in their final group game on Tuesday afternoon.
Lauren James grabbed a brace for England in the encounter.
Chloe Kelly, Alessia Ruso, Lauren Hemp, and Rachel Daly were the other goal scorers for England in the game.
Denmark finished second in the group after edging out Haiti 2-0.
2023 WWC: Super Falcons start preparation for England clash Thursday
The Super Falcons of Nigeria will resume practice on Thursday as they prepare for their match against England in the round of 16 of the ongoing 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.After a 0-0 draw on Monday against the Republic of Ireland, Randy Waldrum's team secured their place in the knockout round.The technical staff gave the Falcons a two-day break following the match against the Girls in Green.On Wednesday, the players went sightseeing in Brisbane as part of their rec...
2023 WWC: Why we drew with Nigeria’s Super Falcons – Ireland captain, Katie McCabe
Ireland captain Katie McCabe has insisted that her team drew 0-0 with Nigeria’s Super Falcons in Monday’s FIFA Women World Cup tie because they failed to convert their chances during the encounter.Both the Republic of Ireland and Nigeria played goalless at the World Cup on Monday.Speaking to RTE Sport after the game, McCabe believed Ireland could have taken all three points against Nigeria in Brisbane.She said, “We spoke at the start [about wanting] to start the gam...
2023 WWC: Abiodun to miss Super Falcons’ clash with Republic of Ireland
Deborah Abiodun will sit out Nigeria’s final Group B game against the Republic of Ireland on Monday.Abiodun was sent off in Nigeria’s opening fixture against Olympic champions Canada.The 19-year-old was suspended for Thursday’s 3-2 victory against co-hosts Australia.FIFA has now confirmed that she is also suspended for the upcoming clash against the Girls in Green.Abiodun will, however, be available for the Round of 16 in case the Super Falcons make it through from...
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