President Muhammadu Buhari has stacked acclaims on the Super Falcons of Nigeria after they crushed South Korea in a FIFA Womens’ World Cup group game.
The Falcons, who lost their opening round of the competition against Norway, skipped back to win 2-0 against Korea on matchday two.
A 29th-minute possess objective by Korea’s Kim and a superb second-half wrapping up by Asisat Oshoala fixed the significant triumph for Nigeria.
It was a twofold festival for Nigerians on Wednesday June 12, as back home, the giant of Africa was observing Democracy Day.
Oshoala goals seals triumph for Super Falcons against South Korea
Minutes after the game, Buhari took to his Twitter handle to praise the Thomas Dennerby team and players.
The Falcons are as yet trying to progress from the group, as they would like to battle against hosts France in their last group game next Monday.
Nigeria should avoid rout in the game to keep trusts much alive of coming to the round of 16 of the competition.
Oshoala was granted the Player of Wednesday’s Match, while goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie became well known as the most youngest goalie to have kept a spotless sheet in the historical backdrop of the glob masterpiece.
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