Super Falconets attacking midfielder, Asisat Oshoala is targeting victory today against Korea Republic.
Nigeria play the Asians in their second game of the competition today in Moncton following Wednesday’s 1-1 draw against Mexico.
The Rivers Angels strong-woman who bagged the MVP award in the game, insists her side is good enough to secure maximum points in the tie.’’It’s disappointing that we didn’t win our first game but that is in the past now.
‘’What is important now is the next game against Korea which I’m certain that we have what it takes to win.
‘’We have learnt from our mistakes in the first game and things will be different this time around.
Asisat is playing at her second U-20 World Cup.
After making an impact on the international stage in 2012, when she impressed observers at the U-20 FIFA World Cup in Japan, Asisat became a key figure at club level.
She finished the 2012-13 campaign as a regular starter for Rivers Angels, with her goal tally of 7 in all competition.
At the senior level, Asisat also played a key role in ensuring that the Super Falcons qualified for the 2014 Africa Women’s Championship, with an unbeaten record and is expected to play an integral part in the team’s quest to win its 7th African title in Namibia.