Nigeria rises to the second spot in Group C with three points behind South Africa.
“We used to hammer teams 5-0, but these days, those teams are now thrashing us, and this shows that we are going down in female football.”
“We want to qualify for the World Cup and win the title here.”
Randy Waldrum, Super Falcons of Nigeria’s coach, says his team is unfazed, despite their 1-2 loss to South Africa at the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON).
The competition is scheduled for Morocco from July 2 to July 23.
American Randy Waldrum, 64, started his career at Austin College in 1982.