Super Falcons’ goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi has stated that the team is ready to teach the Bayana Bayana of South Africa a lesson they won’t forget in a hurry when both teams clash again in the final of the ongoing 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations in Accra Ghana on Saturday, December 1.
South Africa had defeated Nigeria 1-0 in Group B’s opening match and finished top of the group on seven points, beating Equatorial Guinea 7 – 1 and playing a 1 – 1 draw against Zambia to book their semi-final ticket.
The South Africans aside booking a grudge rematch with the Falcons in the final of the championship, also qualified for their maiden appearance at the World Cup to be played in France in 2019 and will also be willing to crown their efforts with a second win against Nigeria but Tochukwu is confident they will be taught a serious lesson in humility and respect.
“Meeting South Africa in the final is what we have been praying for because we want to play them again. We want to tell them that beating us in the group stage was a mistake and it’s not going to happen again. I’m confident we will beat them in the final. Read more