Brussels – Nigeria’s national U17 women’s team extended
their unbeaten run in preparation for the 2014 FIFA U17 women World Cup in
Costa Rica after they played out a goalless draw against Belgium in an
international friendly in Brussels, Belgium.
The Flamingoes who had tough game against the Belgian side
failed to get a goal for the first time in their last nine high-profile
friendly matches at the Alles Des Sports Stadium.
The game came days after the Nigerian girls ran riot in a
rout of Clube Benfica in Lisbon, with a brace from Cynthia Aku and individual
efforts from Rasheedat Ajibade and Chinwendu Ihezuo.
Belgium's U-17 girls also made several attempts to register
a goal against the Nigerian side but met a brick wall in the defence line of
Ologbosere Mary, Emenayo Ugochi Anibaba Ayominde and Mene Augusta.
Earlier in the game, the best chance came in the first half
where Captain Tessy Biahwo's winning goal potential from a penalty spot, turned
another miss for both shared the spoil with no victor, no vanquish at
The African representative have recorded three wins and a
draw in four warm-up games.
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