Nigeria’s Flamingos romp to 6-0 win against Central African Republic in FIFA U17 WWC qualifier


Nigeria’s U17 sensations crushed the Central African Republic with a stellar victory in the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup Qualifier first leg.

Nigeria’s U17 women’s national team, the Flamingos, notched an emphatic away victory against Central African Republic, CAR, in the first leg of their FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup, WWC, qualifier on Sunday.

Pulse Sports Nigeria reports that the Nigerian women thrashed their counterparts 6-0 in a one-sided affair in Douala in round two of the qualifiers.


Taiwo Lawal joined Turkish Women’s League outfit Atasehir Belediyespor.


Bankole Olowookere says he is proud of talents in Nigeria as preparation for U-17 FIFA Women Qualifiers begins

Nigeria’s Flamingos will start their quest to qualify for the 2024 FIFA U-17 World Cup in the second round in February 2024.


Flamingos rout Central African Republic

 The explosive encounter took place at the Stade Ominsport Douala, with the Flamingos proving to be just too good and strong for their hosts.

Moshood Shakirat Abidemi was the star of the showing after she netted an excellent hat-trick to inspire the Flamingos.



Nigeria’s Flamingos after the last U-17 Women’s World Cup outing

Etim Edidiong opened the floodgate with her first goal of the day before Prisca Nwachukwu made it 2-0 after just 38 minutes. 

Hat-trick hero Abidemi then netted a quickfire double to hand Nigeria a comfortable 4-0 lead at the break.

In the second period, Edidiong got her second goal of the day to make it 5-0 before the remarkable Shakirat completed her hattrick to round off a dominant display and put Nigeria in pole position to advance to the 2024 U17 Women’s World Cup in the Dominican Republic.

The Central African Republic booked a date with the Nigerian Flamingos after the withdrawal of Mauritius due to financial reasons. 



Nigeria’s Flamingos won Golden Bronze in India

The Flamingos are looking to return to the FIFA U17 WWC after making it to the semifinals the last in India, where they narrowly lost 5-4 on penalties to Colombia.

Related content

Golden Eaglets coach 'happy' with performance despite World Cup failure

Nigeria will not be at the FIFA U17 World Cup in Peru after a shocking defeat to Burkina Faso at the U17 AFCON.


U17 AFCON: Wasteful Golden Eaglets to miss World Cup after shocking Burkina Faso defeat

Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets have failed to qualify for the FIFA U20 World Cup after a shocking defeat to Burkina Faso in the U17 AFCON.


Bankole Olowookere says he is proud of talents in Nigeria as preparation for U-17 FIFA Women Qualifiers begins

Nigeria’s Flamingos will start their quest to qualify for the 2024 FIFA U-17 World Cup in the second round in February 2024.


Flamingos star delighted with first League goal

Afolabi scored her NWFL debut goal against Naija Ratels


Bronze-medal-winning Flamingos land in Nigeria after successful U-17 Women World Cup


Flamingos coach Olowookere backs ex-Robo Queens striker to rule Turkish women’s football

Taiwo Lawal joined Turkish Women’s League outfit Atasehir Belediyespor.




Source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX SEO INDEX