Norway dominates Super Falcons in 3-0 win, Onome Ebi marks Milestone

Dr. Alhosani talking to the Super Falcons on anti-doping…yesterday

Dr. Alhosani talking to the Super Falcons on anti-doping…yesterday

There were wins for Germany, Spain and Norway in their respective matches on the second day of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 group stages in France on Saturday.

Former champions Norway kicked off their Women's World Cup campaign with a routine 3-0 victory over Nigeria, despite the absence of Ballon d'Or victor Ada Hegerberg. The Koreans lost 0-4 to host nation France in the championship opening match in Paris on Friday.

France and Norway have now recorded three points each, while Korea Republic and Nigeria are pointless.

Just as the Nigerian side were beginning to settle down, Lisa-Marie Utland doubled their advantage through the hands of Tochukwu Oluehi into the roof of the net from a close range in the 33rd minute.

It was a bad night for the African champions as defender Faith Michael was carried off on a stretcher after being caught by team-mate Oluehi.

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Norway vs Nigeria will take place on June 09, 2019 (Sunday midnight), at Stade Auguste- Delaune II football stadium.

They are without Ada Hegerberg, the first Women's Ballon d'Or victor, who has refused to play for the national side since 2017 after taking a stand against what she describes as a lack of respect for female players in the country.

Norway started the match impressively from the blast of the whistle as they mesmerized the Super Falcons till the end of the match.

Three minutes after, it went horribly wrong for Nigeria and Osinachi Ohale as she poked the ball into her own net, after a cross from the right. "A game can change in the last minute so we will work very hard for it and I can promise that we'll never give up", Dennerby said. The match between Norway and Nigeria needs be without a doubt cool.

"We've learned so much from this first game and we'll come back". But she failed to deliver when it mattered most.

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