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M A T C H D A Y | CAF Women’s Olympic Qualifiers: Nigeria 1:0 South Africa

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Nigeria has taken the lead in today’s encounter with South Africa in the CAF Olympic qualifiers play off in the women category of football.

 

Super Falcons of Nigeria took the lead from a penalty kick taken by Rashidat Ajibade.

 

The match is ongoing in Abuja, Nation’s capital and the second leg will happen in South Africa.

 

The Super Falcons of Nigeria have previously failed to qualify for the 2012, 2016, and 2020 editions of the Olympics in London, Rio de Janeiro, and Tokyo, respectively.

 

Super Falcons of Nigeria and The Banyana Banyana of South Africa are  battling for one of the 2 slots available for Africa today in Abuja before the second leg in South Africa.


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