2 Takeaways From Super Falcons Win Against Cape Verde

Super Falcons line up for a match at the 2023 FIFA women's world cup.

Super Falconsof Nigeria will hope to win its tenth Women’s African Cup Of Nations (WAFCON) title in Morocco next year npflupdates.com reports.

The nine-time African champions saw off competition from Cape Verde’s ladies in their WAFCON qualifier fixture on Thursday.

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The match which saw Nigeria defeat Cape Verde was played at the prestigious Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja.

Super Falcons defeat Cape Verde in Abuja


Two things can be taken away from the match which saw Falcons big names  withdraw from the match for some personal undisclosed reasons.

Super Falcons starting squad for the Cape Verde match.
Super Falcons staring XI against Cape Verde.

First, the following players started the match against Cape Verde:

Chiamaka Nnadozie, Demehin, Akudo, Imuran, Ohale, Efih, Ajibade, T. Payne, Abiodun, Kanu and Monday.

Super Falcons defeat Ethiopia to stand a chance of qualifying for the 2024 Olympics.
Rasheedat Ajibade in action against Ethiopia.

Secondly, Nigeria’s Super Falcons is still without a permanent coach as stand-in coach Justin Magudu returned to the dug-out on Thursday.

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Nigeria will return to Cape Verde for the reverse fixture of the tie, where they’ll seek to maintain another win.

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