Nigeria’s Super Falcons, secured a 2-0 win against South Korea, towards qualifying for the knockout stages of the Women’s World Cup for the first time in 20 years, on Wednesday 12th May, 2019.
With a facetious 29th minute via own goal from Korean defender, Kim Do-Yeon, who hooked a long ball past on-rushing the goalkeeper, Kim Min-Jung.
Asisat Oshoala, a Nigeria defender however neatly finish 75th minutes after much effort, leaving the South Koreans pointless after their first two games in Group A and put Nigeria level on three with France and Norway ahead of their crunch clash in Nice later on Wednesday.
The Koreans, missed some scoring chances, and Thomas Dennerby tutored side was lucky not to have surrender in spite changing the first choice goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi.
The news Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Chiamaka Nnadozie took over goalkeeper from Oluehi whose performance in the 0-3 loss against Norway in the first group encounter was below expectation.