2023 WWC: Brilliant Super Falcons Shock Hosts Australia

Nigeria’s Super Falcons recorded a shock 3-2 win against co-hosts Australia in their second Group B on Thursday.

The win means the Super Falcons, now on four points, go top of Group.

It is the nine-time African champions’ first win against Australia at the women’s World Cup in their second meeting.

Also, it is Africa’s first win at this year’s tournament co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand.

Goals from Uchenna Kanu, Osinachi Ohale and substitute Asisat Oshoala secured the hard fought win for the Falcons.

The game saw head coach Randy Waldrum make some changes in his starting 11 with the trio of Kanu, Rasheedat Ajibade and Halimotu Ayinde getting starting berth.

The Falcons wI’ll now take on already eliminated Republic of Ireland on Monday, July 31.

Australia took the lead one minute off added time in the first half through Emily Van Egmond who slotted home a low

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