Significant-using Nigeria will appear to make it a perfect team phase campaign at the FIFA U20 Women’s Globe Cup when they clash with Canada at the Estadio Alajuela Morera Soto in what would be the early hours of Thursday (3am) in Nigeria. Kick-off in Alajuela would be 8pm Costa Rica time on Wednesday.
Using large as the best crew of Team C following 1- wins over France and Canada has thrown the Falconets into the harshest location of the klieglights, but Head Coach Chris Danjuma Musa claims his women have their feet firmly on the ground as they confront the North Americans for a further a few points.
“We would like to make it 3 wins out of 3 to keep a excellent mental point out –the profitable mentality. If we are utilized to winning, it would be tricky for any workforce to deliver us down.
“It would be a mistake to reduce our speed and zest basically mainly because we have qualified for the quarter-finals. The best way to do it, normally, is to think about each match as a process that should be completed and not sluggish down. We will still satisfy tougher groups ahead and the profitable mentality is what will maintain us.”
Canada, who hosted the match 8 several years in the past when Nigeria arrived at the Final for the 2nd time (shedding by the odd objective to Germany), are using an impossibility wave following getting rid of their initial two game titles to Korea Republic and France, with a disadavantage of four ambitions. With Nigeria previously experienced, the struggle for the second spot from Team C is a straight a person concerning Korea Republic and France, who enjoy at the same time (3am Nigeria time) at the Estadio Nacional in San Jose. Equally teams have three points each.
For Canada to sneak as a result of, they would have to achieve a substantial-score acquire from Nigeria, and hope that possibly of France or Korea Republic mutilate the other in the funds metropolis.
Musa is specified to start out with the girls who brought down the stubborn Koreans on Sunday evening. Goalkeeper Omini Oyono confirmed improved composure and ball managing, and the metal and awareness of captain Oluwatosin Demehin, Omowumi Oshobukola, Jumoke Alani and Rofiat Imuran is sustaining the two-time runners-up very well at the back.
Midfielder Esther Onyenezide, scorer of the scorcher that downed the Koreans, and forward Flourish Sabastine who netted the a few-level winner in opposition to France, are also expected to be in the move together with Chioma Olise, Bashirat Amoo, Joy Jerry and the tireless Mercy Idoko.