The Nigeria national women’s football have set a new record for themselves as they went goal crazy on Saturday, walloping their counterparts from Niger Republic 15-0 in their second game at ongoing West Africa Football Union (WAFU) Cup tournament.
The victory secured a spot at the semi-finals of the sub-regional tournament for the nine-time African champions.
The Super Falcons had thrashed Burkina Faso’s girls 5-1 at the Parc des Sports in Treichville on Thursday, but they were more ruthless on Saturday against the Nigeriens who are indeed the standout whipping team of Group B.
The Nigerian team had hit nine past Niger by half time, putting Thomas Dennerby’s Falcons in cruise control.
The Super Falcons did not slow down in the second half as they added six more goals to end the tie with an amazing 15-0 score line.
The Nigerian women football team will face Mali in their last group game on Monday, May 13, 2019.