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WAFCON 2022| ‘There Is Still More Work To Do’; Super Falcons Forward Onumonu Focused On Burundi Match

Super Falcons Forward, Ifeoma Onumonu has noted that there is a lot more to do following their 2-0 victory over the Mares of Botswana.

The Super Falcons of Nigeria last night, came back from a 1-2 defeat to Banyana Banyana of South Africa in their opening game of the TotalEnergies Women’s Africa Cup of Nations to beat the Mares of Botswana 2-0

Goals from Ifeoma Onumonu and substitute Christy Ucheibe in the 21st and 48th minutes was enough to keep the defending champions in the competition.

The American-based Striker while speaking with journalists after the game, praised her teammates and said she was satisfied with the result, even though they could have scored more goals.

“We finally got on board, after our first game against the Banyana Banyana. I scored a goal and definitely wanted more, but am surely satisfied with the one goal and the victory we recorded,” She said.

“We were in a very difficult place emotionally, with what happened in the first game, and were determined to come out stronger and better against Botswana, with a lot of intensity. Good, we got the well-deserved victory.

The Super Falcons of Nigeria will face Burundi in their last group game of the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup Of Nations on Sunday, 10th of July.

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