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2023 WWC: Super Falcons Will Go For Victory Against Australia, Ireland — Ajibade

2023 WWC: Super Falcons Will Go For Victory Against Australia, Ireland — Ajibade

Super Falcons forward Rasheedat Ajibade says the team in focused on getting maximum points in their subsequent matches at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The Super Falcons held the Canucks of Canada to a 0-0 draw at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium on Friday.

The Super Falcons will play Australia next at the Brisbane Stadium next week Thursday.

Their final group game is against Republic of Ireland four days later at the same venue.

Ajibade took to Twitter to charge her teammates to focus on the upcoming matches.

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“Well done by the team to earn a point in the tough match against Canada yesterday. We remain focused on the matches ahead and will fighting for maximum points in the subsequent matches,”she wrote on her Twitter handle.

Ajibade missed the game against Canada due to suspension.

The Atletico Madrid star is expected to return to action against Australia.

The Super Falcons and Canada are joint second in Group B with one point after playing one game.

Australia occupy first position in the group with three points from one match.

By Toju Sote

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  • I see another draw against Australia

  • Sportradio88.0 fm 9 months ago

    U better stay in ur defense.if not referee wil not allow u team go away without conceding 4 goals .. one red card 2penalties and two long range shoot , Zambia don collect..

  • Ako Amadi 9 months ago

    Playing for draws and hiding in a tournament is no use. The Super Falcons must come out, be bold, and take the bull by the horns.

  • Chima E Samuels 9 months ago

    Australia will win this game by 3goals or more.

    • Thank God your mouth is not going to play the game for Australia.It is better you do not comment than say anything that comes your way. Football is a difficult game as it involves 11 play per side.So talk with some respect for the girls
      I prefer to reserve my comment till Thursday..

  • Kirsty 9 months ago

    So no African team has won their match so far? Na wah

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