The match in Brisbane against the Republic of Ireland ended in a goalless draw, allowing the Nigerian female team to finish unbeaten and secure the 2nd position in their group.
This impressive performance ensures their qualification for the Round of 16.
The Falcons clinched their spot without a single defeat, ranking second in Group B with five points earned from three games.
In a historic achievement, the Super Falcons have become the first-ever African team to go undefeated in the group stage of a FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Throughout the tournament, standout and consistent players in the squad have been Toni Payne, Alozie, and Chiamaka Nnadozie.
As the Super Falcons revel in their well-deserved success, they now need too prepare to face a formidable challenge ahead – a clash against England in the round of 16.
It’s a thrilling encounter that promises to be a spectacle for fans worldwide.
Go Falcons! Continue to soar on this remarkable journey in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.