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Nigeria national soccer team's Abuja Stadium.Nigeria national soccer team's Abuja Stadium.By: Jeff Attaway
Nigeria 2019 World Cup Soccer Highlights
Germany defeats Nigeria - Round of 16
Germany defeated Nigeria 3-0 in the knockout stage of the 2019 Women's World Cup to advance to the quarter-finals. Germany's Alexandra Popp headed in the first goal of the match 19 minutes into action from an inbounds pass. Germany earned a penalty kick after VAR confirmed 24 minutes in and Germany's Sara Dabritz scored the penalty shot. The final goal came 81 minutes in when Germany stole the ball from Nigeria near the top of their box and Lea Schueller buried it into the back of the net.
France defeats Nigeria - Group Stage Match 3
France beat Nigeria 1-0 in the 3rd group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup. This match was fairly uneventful until 73 minutes into play when VAR became a storyline. France was awarded a penalty after much debate, as Ngozi Ebere brought Viviane Asseyi down inside the box, and Nigeria's Ebere was given a red card to boot. After all that, France missed its penalty kick. Turns out Nigeria got another penalty during the free kick and France's Renard got another try and this time scored the game winner.
Nigeria defeats South Korea - Group Stage Match 2
Nigeria beat South Korea in Group Stage Match 2 of the 2019 Women's World Cup, 2-0, setting the team up to advance to the next stage of the tournament. This was Nigeria's fourth win in eight World Cup appearances. South Korea attacked early, and Nigeria was able keep them at bay. Luck seemed to change for Nigeria when Kim Do-yeon accidentally steered the ball past her own goalkeeper. There was a video review on the shot, in efforts to confirm whether or not Nigeria's captain Desire Oparanozie had brushed the ball with her had. The point stood. In the 58th minute, Nigeria caught a fast break and scored the final goal.
Norway defeats Nigeria - Group Stage Match 1
Norway won its first of three group stage matches by beating Nigeria 3-0 in the opening round of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in Paris, France. The first goal of the match came at the 17th minute of play from Norway's Guro Reiten, kicked in from the right corner. Norway's second goal was scored by Lisa-Marie Utland in the 33rd minute. Utland's kick bounced off the goalie's hands and into the back of the net. The final goal was accidentally scored for Norway by Nigeria's Osinachi Ohale, attempting to block a goal from Norway.
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