San Jose - Nigeria defeated China in their opening game of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup currently taking placein Costa Rica, and forward Rasheedat Ajibade was voted the Most Valuable Player of the match after scoring a goal.
Speaking after the game, Ajibade expressed delight at winning the MVP award and promised to perform better in subsequent games as well as make Nigeria proud.
"I feel great and on top of the world - I just pray God continues to keep me in form, so I can do my best at all times. In the next match, I intend to score more goals and create more chances for my attackers to score," she said.
Nigeria take on Colombia in their next game on Wednesday.
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