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African champions, and the Nigeria’s senior national female team, Super Falcons have booked a place in the 2015 All Africa Games in Congo by riding over Mali 8-0, to go through on 9-1 aggregate.

Assisat Oshoala of Liverpool Ladies star played a vital role in all the goals scored by the Nigeria sides and also scoring a double herself.

France-based Desire Oparanozie gave hosts Falcons the lead after three minutes.

Francisca Ordega made it 2-0 after 18 minutes, before Oshoala increased Nigeria lead on 36 minutes.

Oparanozie then made it 4-0 just a minute to half time.

A minute after the interval, Oshoala netted her brace as Mali tried to play damage control.

Ordega became the third Nigeria star to grab a brace when she hit target in the 62nd minute.

Skipper Evelyn Nwabuoku fired home the seventh goal from 23 yards after 69 minutes, before substitute Esther Sunday completed the walloping in the 71st minute off a rebound.

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  1. Don Lucassi

    April 11, 2015 at 8:44 am

    Local champions…biko nu, go to the world stage and prove yourself.

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