Nigeria Super Falcons forward Rasheedat Ajibade has revealed her teams targets for upcoming 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup games against Australia and Ireland.
The Spain based forward shared her thoughts on twitter after the Super Falcons of Nigeria held Olympic Champions Canada to a goalless draw in their first group game of the World Cup.
Ajibade was suspended for the game against Canada but will be available for the games Vs Australia and Ireland which see believes the team will push for maximum points.
She wrote ” Well done by the team to earn a point in the tough match against Canada yesterday. We remain focused on the matches ahead and will be fighting for maximum points in the subsequent matches.#SoarSuperFalcons #FIFAWWC #NGA pic.twitter.com/fwEunfZFdl
— Rasheedat Ajibade (@Rasheedat08) July 22, 2023″
Randy Waldrum tutored Super Falcons will next face co-hosts Australia at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Thursday, before the final group match against the Republic of Ireland four days later at the same venue.
As it stands, Australia sit top of the table in group B with three points following the opening day 1-0 win over debutants Republic of Ireland on Thursday July 20.
Canada and Nigeria are tied on 1-point in second and third place respectively while Ireland are bottom ahead of their game vs Canada.