England vs Nigeria

England vs Nigeria-England’s Women’s World Cup bid remains lively after beating Nigeria on penalties in the round of 16 and reaching the quarter-finals.

Wanting to be the first African nation to win a match in World Cup history, the Super Falcons came very close to hitting the board in both regular times.

England isn’t the best and Lauren James seemed to be in trouble when she was sent to crush Michelle Alozzi.

However, the Lionesses were determined in extra time, there was no draw due to a penalty after 120 minutes, Chloe Kelly, who played in the European Championship final, scored the winning goal and got the decisive score.

They will play Colombia or Jamaica in the quarterfinals in Sydney on Saturday.
England faces their biggest test ever when they face Nigeria in the last 16 at the Women’s World Cup in Brisbane.

It’s been a shock and surprise game so far, with Selina Wigman being wary of beating Germany, Canada, and Brazil as well as the champion USA.

But this means the Championship has started and England is a big contender for Australia and New Zealand. In the final match, the Lioness team did well beating the Chinese team 6-1 and the team is confident.

England could get even stronger with the return of Keira Walsh, who is back in shape after being sent off from the game against Denmark.

After a key performance against China in England’s best-ever performance, Wigman must now decide whether to start with the striker.

Nigeria’s formidable opponents: Super Falcons led by star forward Asisat O’Shoala stunned Australia and beat Canada to advance to the cup stage.

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