Hardwork, Consistency And Believe Worked For Us- Chiamaka Nnadozie

Nigeria goal stopper, Chiamaka Nnadozie say hardwork, consistency, trust and believe helped the Super Falcons gain a valuable goalless draw in their opening Match against Canada on Friday morning.

The goalkeeper who’s penalty save was instrumental for the team, kept the WAFCON nine time champions Group B open for contention.

The Paris FC goalkeeper had stopped the Canadian captain, Christine Sinclair’s penalty in the second half of the game at the Rectangular Stadium in Melbourne, Australia.

Christine Sinclair missed a chance to become the first player to score at six FIFA World Cups as Canada were held by Nigeria.

Sinclair went into this game aiming to make some personal history. The 40-year-old forward was making her 324th international appearance and has scored 190 goals for her country.

Nnadozie who was awarded the best player in the game said, “I don’t really know what to say but right now I’m so emotional, it’s an amazing game and I’m happy about it”

“I don’t know the words to use but I’m so so happy. It’s a dream come true believe me”

“The Canadian team are the Olympic champions and I think with a lot of work that we’ve put on and a lot of determination, Hardwork, consistency, trust and believe, we were able to do this” she concluded.

Nigeria next game is against Co-host Australia on Thursday 27th.

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