Super Falconets striker Courtney Dike has charged the rest of the squad that they have what it takes to win the ongoing FIFA U-20 Women’s world Cup in Canada.
Dike posited that the Peter Dedevbo led side is strong enough to emerge eventual champions, but sounded out that the team must continue to improve and maintain focus.
“We can win the cup, we have the potential to win the cup as long as we keep improving and focus on our goals we’ll get far,” she told footballlive.ng
The Super Falconets came back from a goal down to beat England in their last group game of the preliminary stage.
Loveth Ayila struck four minutes before the end of the first half to put her team level before Asisat Oshoala got the winner via the spot kick to send home Mo Marley’s team.
With their passage to the last eight, Nigeria will meet New Zealand on the August 17 at the Moncton Stadium, Moncton.
The Kiwis (New Zealand) created their own history with a 3-0 bashing of Costa Rica to reach the last eight of the tournament for the very first time in their history.