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Super Falcons’ Nnadozie Chiamaka Land Paris FC in Champions League Group Stage

Just a few days after keeping a clean sheet to help her team, Paris FC, secure an important victory over Guingamp, Super Falcons goalkeeper Nnadozie Chiamaka has done it again for the French Division 1 female side. Super Falcons’ Nnadozie Chiamaka Land Paris FC in Champions League Group Stage


Nnadozie Chiamaka has taken to his social media page to celebrate yet another successful outing with Paris FC, but this time around in a UEFA Women’s Champions League game.

The Super Falcons shot stopper pulled off a brilliant performance on Wednesday to help the French side secure a spot in the group stages of the competition.

Thanks to her clinical hands and goals from Julie Dufour and Louise Fleury, Paris FC sealed a 2-0 away win over German side Wolfsburg.

The UEFA Women’s Champions League second round, Leg 2 of 2, saw Nnadozie Chiamaka and her teammates crush Wolfsburg 5-3 on aggregate to land in the group stages of the tournament.

Both sides came into the game with a tie after a 3-3 aggregate scoreline from the leg at the Stade Charlety last Tuesday.

After a closed opening few minutes, Julie Dufour found the back of the net 38 minutes into the game to hand the visitors the lead at the AOK Stadium after her teammate, Gaetane Thiney, failed to open scoring for the team.

She missed a penalty just 12 minutes into the game.

Wolfsburg had a golden opportunity to bounce back into the game after being awarded a penalty in the 60th minute, but Dominique Janssen missed the resulting spot kick.

With 90 minutes on the clock, Louise Fleury scored to double the lead and seal the deal for the visiting Paris FC.

Shortly after the game, the Super Falcons star took to her X page (formerly Twitter) to express her joy over the third clean sheet of the season and the crucial victory.

“+3 clean sheet, Champions League group stage history makers I give God all the glory,” she wrote.

Having booked a spot in the Champions League, Nnadozie Chiamaka and her teammates will now focus their attention on their league game against Dijon at the Stade Gaston Gérard on Sunday.


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