Ottawa - Germany left it late to beat Nigeria 1-0 to claim the trophy of the 2014 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup on Sunday evening in Montreal Canada.
Both sides could not get past each other after regulation time, forcing the game into an additional 30 minutes.
Lena Petermann scored the title-winning goal eight minutes into extra time to ensure Germany win a record-equaling third title.
Asisat Oshoala missed begging chances that could have seen Nigeria take the lead as Courtney Dike also gave a good account of herself, but for ill-luck on the night.
The Super Falconets will now return to the country, and are expected to be hosted by president Goodluck Jonathan.
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