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AWCON: Nigeria 4-0 Kenya - FT

Nigeria (Super Falcons) 4-0 Kenya (Harambee Starlets)

Saturday, 26 November 2016
Kick-off: 19:00
Venue: Stade Municipal de Limbe, Limbe

Full Time. Nigeria 4-0 Kenya. The Super Falcons will face South Africa in the semi-final of AWCON 2016.
90' 2 mins additional time to be played.
88' Goal! Oparanozie scores!!! Nigeria 4-0 Kenya
67' Ghana now leads Mali 1-0. Group B Table
1. Nigeria - 7pts.
2. Ghana - 7pts.
3. Mali - 3pts.
4. Kenya - 0.

60' Nigeria Sub: Oparanozie comes on for Uchechi Sunday
Goal! Asisat Oshoala makes it 3-0 in favour of Nigeria. That makes it 6 total goals for her in the tournament so far
49' Nigeria Sub: Rita Out, Igbinovia In
46' Second half underway in Limbe
Half Time! Good first half for the Nigerian side, they started really hot and cooled out towards the end. Lets see what the second half brings.
45' 1 minute added time to be played. Nigeria 2-0 Kenya
28' Close! Asisat Oshoala's shot goes inches wide.
25' Group B as it Stands
1. Nigeria - 7pts.
2. Ghana - 5pts.
3. Mali - 4pts.
4. Kenya - 0.

20' Yellow card for Ordega. A first for the Super Falcons in the championship.
15' In another Group B game between Ghana and Mali the game is still goalless
6' Goal! Faith Ikidi left unmarked in the penalty box, connects Njoku's free kick and nods home. Nigeria 2-0 Kenya
3' Goal! Ngozi Okobi puts the Super Falcons ahead with a fine strike from outside the box. Nigeria 1-0 Kenya
0' Game on!
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With a place in the semi final of the 2016 Africa Women's Nations Cup at stake, the Super Falcons will be gunning for maximum point against a Kenyan side that has nothing but pride to play for at the Stade Municipal de Limbe on Saturday.

The nine-time African champions started the competition on an impressive note after hammering Mali 6-0 before being held 1-1 by the Black Queens of Ghana on Tuesday, to leave Nigeria top of the log with four points while Ghana also have four points after beating Kenya 3-1 in their opening match.

A win for Nigeria against Kenya would help them avoid the hosts Cameroon in the semi final and face a potential banana pill against the Bayana of South Africa.

With no serious injury worries in the team camp, the Super Falcons coach, Florence Omagbemi is expected to maintain the starting eleven that featured against the Black Queens, as tournament top scorer, Asisat Oshoala will spearhead the team's attack alongside Francisca Ordega.

Aftermath of the team's 1-1 draw against Ghana, Omagbemi said she's looking forward to picking maximum points against Kenya on Saturday.

"We played against a good team and it was a good match by both teams. A draw (1-1) is not a bad result. We played well and were not expecting to draw. I’m looking forward to the game with Kenya and get a good result. We just want to play convincingly against Kenya and hopefully top the group."
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