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Flamingoes striker promises success

05 March 2014, 19:34Israel Ojoko

Lisbon - Flamingoes striker, Chinwe Ihezuo has promised success at the 2014 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup scheduled for Costa Rica.

Speaking after a goalless draw with Belgium in a friendly, Ihezuo assured Nigerians she and her teammates will record success in Costa Rica and make the country proud by winning all their matches.

She rued missed chances as well as blamed his side's inability to score against the Belgian team on anxiousness and unfriendly weather.

"We played a good side, but today's game was hard luck for us. We did very well though we were too anxious to score and missed many chances”.

“The weather was not too friendly as it was very cold and did affect our performance. We are assuring Nigerians that we will not only participate, but do our possible best to win all our matches and make them proud in Costa Rica," Chinwe assured.

The Nigeria U17 women will play China on March 16 in their opening match of the World cadet tournament in Costa Rica scheduled to hold from March 15 to April 4.

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