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Minute By Minute: Nigeria Vs USA

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90- Nigeria 0-1 USA. Abby Wambach's goal eliminates Nigeria from the World Cup.

85- Nigeria lose possession to USA after winning a freekick.

87- Halimatu Ayinde presented with a chance to shoot at goal but her ball control lets her down

90- Leroux clears the ball for a Nigerian throw-in. Three minutes additional time confirmed.


83- A shot from a USA player goes wide but Nigeria in possession now and win a throw

Freekick to Nigeria but USA sub now: Tobin Heath out, Ramponoe in.


77- Ordega's near post shot blocked. Cecilia Nku is introduced to replace Ordega: Nigeria substitution

75- Megan Rapinoe out for Boxx; USA substitution

72- Asisat Oshoala fires a speculative shot which Solo easily catches

70- Sarah Nnodim red-carded after her second yellow. Nigeria concede freekick and down to ten players. Dede catches the ball however

65- UslSA substitution: Alex  Morgan out; Sydney Leroux in

62- Dede saves a one-on-one chance for the USA to score. Its still 1-0 to the USA

Josephine Chukwunonye and Danny Wambach collide in a clash of heads but still the Nigerian deemed the guilty party despite her receiving treatment for the 50/50 ball. Misses next match

58- Freekick Nigeria. Oparanozie winning Nigeria the chance to score. Her kick loops over the bar but it was close

53- What looks like a chance for Nigeria goes begging but Oparanozie's strength troubled USA.

49- Edwin Okon is introducing Desire Oparanozie and Halimatu Ayinde for Courtney Dike and Esther Sunday: Nigeria substitutions

49- Corner for Nigeria but chance created is wasted

48- Morgan lobs the ball over Dede who has a finger on it, no USA goal.

46- Morgan's shot goes wide. There's some sloppy defending by Nigeria there. Falcons with a throw now

45- Nigeria kick off the 2nd half. And win a throw-in

45- HT: USA 1-0 Nigeria

45- Wambach scores for USA from a corner. Pouncing from a corner to hook the ball beyond Dede

43- Onome Ebi commits a foul. Chukwunonye thought to be the culprit which would have meant a game suspension for her. USA win a corner now

41- Strong Esther Sunday tackle leads to USA corner. They have it again but lose the chance

38- Dede reacts quickly to deny Morgan. Corner to USA. Francesca Ordega now wins Nigeria a throw-in

37- Sarah Nnodim yellow-carded for a foul

34- Freekick to USA now. The USA girls are flagged offside though

32- Onome Ebi deals with a cross but Rapinoe fires another shot which Precious Dede pushes out for a corner. She seeks a penalty soon after ball hit Dike.

30- USA push upfront but Nigeria momentarily take possession

28- Dike stopped by two USA defenders.

26- Josephine Chukwunonye clears the ball again, good play from her. USA in possession now after Falcons surrender the ball in midfield

25- Asisat Oshoala bears down at goal from a Courtney Dike pass but USA keeper, Solo, and defender Johnston deny her

21- Courtney Dike wins Nigeria a corner; another follows almost immediately but ball is cleared.

20- The flag was down but the Falcons lucky no serious threat at goal. Dede's ball out goes to the Yanks but Nigeria regain possessio

16-Dede punches out a shot from Rapinoe for a corner. The resultant effort goes out foe a goal kick

15- Sweden have equalised against Australia in Edmonton. Wambach ruled offside after an audacious lob over Dede


13- Dike's pass to Ngozi Okobi is rather too long. Chukwunonye reads a dangerous situation well to deny USA a scoring chance

10- Nice possession by Nigeria but Oshoala loses the ball. However Dede distributes from the back now. Nigeria in control now

9- Freekick to Nigeria.

3- Freekick for USA, but ball was too deep and goes out for Nigeria's goal kick

1- The kick off by  USA. Precious Dede called to duty early but offside for USA

Nigeria
Dede- Ebi, Chukwunonye, Nnodim, Ebere- Nwabuouku (c)-, Sunday, Dike, Okobi, Ordega- Oshoala

USA
Solo, Sauerbrunn, Llyod, Krieger, Holiday, Morgan, Rapiroe, Heath, Johnston, Wambach (c), Klingenberg

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4 Comments

  1. Too sad that this crop of talented players are going out of the competition very early at this stage. Again our undoing is that we got carried away from the first match. They were celebrating a draw with Sweden a match they could have won. Now they can see the result of that blunder.  

  2. Reply Post By omo9ja

    @Oga, thanks a lot. From their 1st match, d coach has been d main problem for Falcons. A good coach would have submitted Oshoola for another player. Too bad. USA did not superb at all but our indigenous coach always get it wrong at world stage. Secondly, NFF are not doing a great job when it come to the female football. No good coach for d team. Bad preparation for our female team. Hmm, too bad. It seems like the NFF doesn’t care if they qualify or not because its shows that our ladies were trying to go far at this year world cup in Canada but NFF did not put money or more support like they always did for the Super Eagles. Well, well done ladies. I’m proud of you all. However, what’s the next NFF? Falcons deserve a sound coach. NFF, Falcons deserve a foreign coach. God bless Nigeria!

  3. very sad,we could not even win a match .but how could we have darw against sweden a match we should have won

  4. Reply Post By omo9ja

    @Oga, thanks a lot. From their 1st match, d coach has been d main problem for Falcons. A good coach would have substituted Oshoola for another player. Too bad. USA did not superb at all but our indigenous coach always get it wrong at world stage. Secondly, NFF are not doing a great job when it come to the female football. No good coach for d team. Bad preparation for our female team. Hmm, too bad. It seems like the NFF doesn’t care if they qualify or not because its shows that our ladies were trying to go far at this year world cup in Canada but NFF did not put money or more support like they always did for the Super Eagles. Well, well done ladies. I’m proud of you all. However, what’s the next NFF? Falcons deserve a sound coach. NFF, Falcons deserve a foreign coach. God bless Nigeria!

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