Nigeria’s Super Falcons are now a game away from lifting the WAFU Women’s Cup after they defeated Ghana on penalties in a thrilling semifinal clash on Thursday.
The Thomas Dennerby girls faced stiff opposition from their opponents and were held goalless for 120 minutes.
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The game went into penalty shootout, with Nigeria converting all four of their spot kicks while Ghana managed only two.
With the win, the Falcons set up a final showdown against hosts Ivory Coast.
The final is billed to hold on Saturday in Abidjan.
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