Super Falcons Beat South Korea For Africa's First World Cup Win

Nigeria inches towards qualifying for the knockout stages of the Women's World Cup in their first victory at the FIFA Women's World Cup since 2011, when they defeated Canada 1-0 in Germany.

Nigeria recorded their first win at a FIFA Women’s World Cup since Germany 2011 after beating Korea Republic in Group A at France 2019.

  • Nigeria:   Super Falcons Beat South Korea 2-0

    Vanguard, 12 June 2019

    An own-goal by South Korea's KIM Doyeon and Asisat Oshoala's 75th-minute solo effort helped Nigeria's Super Falcons get their 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup campaign back on track on… Read more »



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