thirteenth African Video games: Participant scores from the Tremendous Falconets 1-2 loss to Ghana

thirteenth African Video games: Participant scores from the Tremendous Falconets 1-2 loss to Ghana

The Nigerian feminine U-20 crew have been unable to safe a win on the Cape Coast Stadium in Ghana as their goals of a gold medal crashed earlier than their eyes, shedding 1-2 to Gold Coast within the last of the thirteenth African Video games.

Loveth Edeh put the Falconets in entrance after making the most of a goalkeeping error by Ghana’s goalkeeper, Afi Amenyeku. Tracy Twum scored to cancel out Edeh’s opener and take the sport to further time the place an extended shot from Mukarama Abdullahi sealed the win for Ghana’s Black Princesses. charges the efficiency of the Tremendous Falconets as they misplaced the African Video games last to the Black Princesses of Ghana.

1. Religion Omilana 6/10: The younger goalkeeper was barely known as into motion, and couldn’t have finished a lot for the primary objective she conceded. She was taken off on the finish of the ninety as a consequence of what appeared like a battle with foot cramps, and was changed by Anderline Mgbechi.

2. Jumoke Alani 6.5/10: The stand-in captain on the evening. Alani had an honest efficiency and was tidy with possession on the again. She additionally had an opportunity to attain from a nook kick, however the ensuing header was all the time rising.

3. Oluwabunmi Oladeji 6.5/10: Similar to her companion on the coronary heart of the Falconets defence, Oluwabunmi cleared the place essential and didn’t fold underneath strain. She was changed by Okenwa in further time.

4. Shukurat Oladipo 6/10: The proper-back had an honest recreation, however her lapse in focus allowed Ghana the area to attain the equalizer late within the second half. She had made an overlapping run, leaving Tracy Twum unmarked.

5. Chidera Okenwa 6/10: Her overlapping runs from the left inspired the Tremendous Eagles to construct up correctly from the flank, however she was additionally caught out of place a couple of instances.

6. Chioma Olise 6.5/10: The midfielder aided in breaking apart play for the Falconets. She put her physique on the road as he took a number of hits. Her set-piece deliveries too have been on par, however the crew couldn’t benefit from it.

7. Adoo Yina 6/10: Yina was a menace within the first half of the sport, always operating at defenders on the appropriate flank. She bought drained as the sport went on and couldn’t supply a lot.

8. Blessing Okpe 5.5/10: The Rivers Angels ahead struggled to get going and couldn’t sustain with the physicality of the sport.

9. Loveth Edeh 7/10: Edeh’s objective confirmed her composure in entrance of objective. She bought into promising positions a number of instances regardless of taking part in out of place and will have had extra to her title on the evening if she was extra medical.

10. Adaobi Okah 6.6/10: The attacking midfielder was spectacular within the first half, however pale with time within the recreation as she barely bought the ball into her toes.

11. Delight Isaac 4/10: The striker barely bought concerned and was changed by Chiamaka Okuchukwu within the early minutes of the second half.


Chiamaka Okuchukwu 5/10: Okuchukwu didn’t get into the rhythm of the sport, similar to the striker she got here on to switch. She had only one probability and it was a scramble.

Anderline Mgbechi 5/10: Got here on for the injured Omilana on the finish of ninety minutes. She made an honest save from a deflection to disclaim the Ghanaians, and will maybe have been safer at her near-post to stop the second objective from Mukarama Abdullahi.

Chidera Okenwa: Changed the drained Oluwabunmi Oladeji in further time however didn’t have any notable influence.

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