Super Falcons head coach, Randy Waldrum, lauded goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie for her exceptional performance in Nigeria’s 0-0 draw against Canada during the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Group B encounter at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.
Nnadozie played a crucial role in securing the draw, as she denied Canadian striker Christine Sinclair from the penalty spot five minutes after the break. Throughout the game, the Paris FC goalkeeper made several vital saves, showcasing her talent and skill.
Coach Waldrum spoke highly of Nnadozie’s abilities, describing her as one of the best young goalkeepers in the world at present.
The praise reflects the confidence and admiration he has for the talented shot-stopper.
The Super Falcons’ impressive display against the Olympic champions sets the stage for their upcoming match against Australia on Thursday, July 31 at the Brisbane Stadium.
With Nnadozie’s outstanding form, the team will be looking to build on their strong performance and secure another positive result in the tournament.
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