African Women Championship: Super Falcons beat Ethiopia

Nigeria wins the match against Ethiopia


Nov. 1 (PREMIUM TIMES) –Super Falcons of Nigeria left the match against Ethiopians with an impressive 3 – 0 win.

It was their second match at the ongoing African Women Championship in Equatorial Guinea.

The match started at 5:30pm Nigerian Time, and saw Esther Sunday scoring the first goal at 18′ of the game

Perpetual Nwokocha scored the second goal and Esther Sunday scored the third putting Nigeria on top of the group table making.

There was a little bit confusion in the game when the board Scoreline read 4-0 for Nigeria. But the referee rule Stella Mbachu’s goal as an offside.

The referees have been criticized for poor officiating and denying Nigeria some goals.

Nigeria currently tops the group B table of the African Women championship and need just one more victory to proceed to the quarter Final.

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