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WAFCON 2022: Ajibade Voted Woman Of The Match In Super Falcons’ Win Vs Cameroon

WAFCON 2022: Ajibade Voted Woman Of The Match In  Super Falcons’ Win Vs Cameroon

Rasheedat Ajibade claimed the Woman of the Match prize as the Super Falcons sealed a place in the semi-final of the 2022 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations following a 1-0 win against Cameroon, reports Completesports.com.

Ajibade scored the winning goal for the the defending champions in the 57th minute of the keenly contested encounter.

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The Atletico Madrid striker was set up for the winner by a beautiful cross from Ifeoma Onumonu.

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Ajibade has now scored three goals and provided two assists in four outings for the Super Falcons in Morocco.

She was in action for 90 minutes in the game.

The Super Falcons will take on hosts Morocco in the semi-final on Monday.

By Adeboye Amosu

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 14
  • Well done, go and win the tournament.

     
  • pompei 4 weeks ago

    Well played, Rasheedat.
    Well played!

     
  • Bashir Wasiri 4 weeks ago

    Falcons are pride of Nigerians

     
  • Lord AMO 4 weeks ago

    Herself and the number 11 for Morocco, Tagnaout, have been the standout attacking players of the tournament thus far

     
  • Four Four two 4 weeks ago

    This girl is becoming more influential that Oshuoala in the super falcons. It’s really a pity and a shame how Oshuoala hasn’t been able to replicate her club form for Nigeria for almost 2yaears now.I also notice that Falcons don’t do well whenever she is on the pitch. Something must be wrong somewhere

     
    • This is not to disparage Assisat but I notice her kick and rush play does not rally fit well with the smooth play of the entire team. Her style of play is to use strength to wear the opponents down but whenever she meets her match in her opponents, she gets injured, though not to her making. She’s been too injury prone and she needs to rediscover herself by changing the way she plays if it is not too late. Playing with wisdom and maturity is better than using brute force. ”Ogbon ju agbara lo”….She has tried but she can do better for the Falcons and herself.

       
      • …..and I wish Assissat Oshoola well in her career and a quick recovery from her injury. God bless you.

         
  • Omo9ja 4 weeks ago

    Well done Ajibade. We are proud of you and the entire team of the Super Falcons. Go and make us proud against Morocco on Sunday. In God we trust. We move. God bless Nigeria!!!

     
  • Edoman 4 weeks ago

    Congratulations young women of Nigeria. We praise you. You made us proud. Go win the Cup for the 10th time. It’s always yours. God loves you all.

     
    • @ four four two.The team struggles when Oshoala plays because the team is set up around her and every ball and strategy is to find her.When she struggles( like she does this past 2 years) then the entire team struggles.Add the burden of captaincy to that,and you can see why.

      With the way things are going, Rashedat will soon overtake her as the poster girl of Nigeria women football.But that have to be managed carefully to avoid unnecessary rivalry.

      I also suspect that Oshoala is having issues with her private life.I think she is having difficulties in getting and keeping a boyfriend.The people managing her should do the best they can in this regard.She was very close to Omerueo and Onazi at one point or the other,only for both players to dump her and marry someone else.She is 28 or 29 years now.

      I also think Rashedat will leave for either Lyon and Barcelona when her contract with Atlectico runs out or go to China for the mega bucks.

       
      • ”only for both players to dump her and marry someone else”!!!!! ….Bro Tony… I take God beg you, let’s keep whatever is going on in Assissat’s private life out of this… Please… I beg don’t let us add to her problem with what we post here… God bless…

         
        • I tire O! Knowing too much sometimes is a sickness on its own.

           
  • Coache 3 weeks ago

    For me MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. Going to the world cup was my heart desire. Anything else na JARA. GO GIRLY GIRLS BUT METHINKS ONUMUNU should never be a starter in that team. No good hold up play, heading? We got better Monday Gift and Kanu on the bench.

     
    • Mutum 3 weeks ago

      @ coache,u sure u watch the match? U no be real coach ooo. Go for more course abeg