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Oshoala impressed with Falconets performance

25 August 2014, 18:16Israel Ojoko

Ottawa - Falconets forward Asisat Oshoala say she is impressed with the performance of the team at the concluded FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup.

Falconets lost 1-0 to Germany in the final played on Sunday in Canada.

Nigeria missed lots of chance as Oshoala could not convert begging opportunities that came her way.

"Everybody played their hearts out, our performance was great, am very impressed.” She said.

“There was cohesion among us but we played one of the best teams, missed our chance to score. It wasn’t our day."

Also read: Oshoala is FIFA’s superstar player!

On her awards, Oshoala said it was a great feeling.

“I made a promise to do well and show myself out to the world. I achieved that and I want to thank my teammates for helping me fulfill my dreams, but missing out on the trophy is not what I wanted for my country."

The Nigerian side will return to the country on Tuesday.

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