Ajibade Savours Falconets’ First Win At 2018 U-20 Women’s World Cup Vs Haiti

Published on: 10 August 2018

Super Falconets forward Rasheedat Ajibade is in cloud nine after seeing the team record their first win at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup against Haiti on Thursday.

The Nigerian girls bounced back from the defeat against Germany in their first game to beat the Haitians 1-0.

Ajibade scored the winning goal from the penalty spot in the 36th minute

“Tough game today vs a resilient Haiti team but we thank God for his glory. One goal for team and 3 very precious points for NIGERIA. Thank you for all the great support . Total focus for 🇳🇬vs🇨🇳 ! #Togetherwearestronger #RA08 #U20WWC #Team9jaStrong,” the FC Robo star wrote on her Twitter handle.

Chris Danjuma’s team will face China in their final Group D game on Monday and need just a draw to progress into the quarter-finals.

Germany who beat China 2-0 in the other Group D game top the group with six points. Nigeria and China occupy second and third spot respectively while Haiti sit in the last position in the group.