Nigeria got a 1-0 triumph over Cameroon in the quarter-finals of the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations on Thursday.
Rasheedat Ajibade’s 2nd half strike sealed triumph for the Super Falcons in the distinctly challenged experience at the Stade Mohammed V in Casablanca.
With this victory, the West Africans will clash the host Morocco in the semi-final, while likewise picking one of Africa’s ticket to the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup to be co-facilitated by Australia and New Zealand.
Despite their unfortunate record against the reigning African heroes, the Indomitable Lionesses went into the game brimming with high expectations – having completed the group stage unbeaten.
Indeed, even at that, the Nigerians started off very well as they overwhelmed ball possession while the Central Africans were made to remain in their own half.
Cameroon (W) 0-1 Nigeria (W) Highlights
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Banyana Banyana continue with their bid for a first Women’s Africa Cup of Nations title when they clash against Morocco in Saturday’s final at Prince Moulay Abdallah Stadium.
Having lost in the final on six previous occasions, Banyana are looking to finally getting it right this time around.
WAFCON 2022: Zambia 1-0 Nigeria Highlights
The Nigeria national women’s team lost 1-0 to their Zambian counterparts Friday night in the match for the bronze medal at the ongoing Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.
Having failed to make it to the final, the Super Falcons and Shepolopolo needed the bronze medal match as some form of consolation.
However, even though it was the Nigerian ladies that dominated play at the Complexe Mohamed V in Casablanca, a fortuitous strike just before the half-hour mark by Evarine Katongo was helped into the net by Chiamaka Nnadozie.
Zambia vs Nigeria Highlights
Zambia 0-1 South Africa: Linda Motlhalo sends Bafana Bafana to WAFCON 2022 final (Video)
Banyana of South Africa have equalified for the final of the WAFCON 2022 tournament in the wake of getting a sensational 1-0 success against the Copper Queens of Zambia in Monday’s semi-last.
With the game heading for extra-time following six minutes of added time, the South Africans were granted a penalty for a foul on a Banyana player after lengthy meeting with VAR.
And Linda Motlhalo changed over the spot kick to send the South Africans to their fifth WAFCON in final debut.
It is presently consecutive final debut for Banyana, who lost 4-3 to the Super Falcons of Nigeria at the 2018 edition.
Zambia vs South Africa Highlights
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