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.
World Cup - Oshoala Finally Shows The World Who She Is
Premium Times, 12 June 2019
Asisat Oshoala sealed the victory for the Super Falcons of Nigeria in their 2-0 win over South Korea on Wednesday at the ongoing FIFA Women's World Cup in France. Read more »
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.
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 »
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. see more »
Nigeria 2 - 0 South Korea Ratings | How Falcons Played
The Falcons needed to win at all costs and despite being under the cush for most of the match, the Thomas Dennerby-led side held on for their first goal and points in France to… Read more »
Super Falcons Pip Korea 2-0 to Keep Hope Alive
Daily Trust, 13 June 2019
Super Falcons yesterday defeated hard fighting Korea Republic 2-0 to keep alive their hope of progressing to the knock out stage of the ongoing FIFA Women's World Cup in France. Read more »
Falcons Target Victory Over Korea to Avoid Early Exit
Daily Trust, 12 June 2019
The Super Falcons have said they are rearing to go for the maximum points as they battle Korea this afternoon in their second group match in the ongoing FIFA Women's World Cup in… Read more »
Falcons Shift Focus to Make or Mar Clash With Korea
This Day, 11 June 2019
The Super Falcons have fully settled into their Mercure Grenoble Centre President Hotel in the city of Grenoble, ahead of Wednesday's make-or-break FIFA Women's World Cup clash… Read more »
Nigeria, South Korea Battle to Stay in Women's World Cup
RFI, 12 June 2019
Eight-time African women's champions Nigeria play the 14th highest ranked female team in the world, South Korea. The loser will be out of the tournament, the winner may go through… Read more »
Nigeria national women's football team, the Super Falcons, started their campaign at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup on a disappointing note as they were beaten by Norway on ... Read more »
The global soccer showpiece kicks off on June 7 as the competing nations finalise their squads for this showpiece event. This is South Africa and Read more »
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