Windhoek - Nigeria defeated Namibia 5-0 in the
FIFA Women's U17 World Cup second leg qualifier in Windhoek on Friday.
The latest victory now gave the West African a 9-0 victory
on aggregate after a 4-0 home win in Abuja.
Cynthia Aku scored a brace and Patience Dike, Rasheedah
Ajibade and Yetunde Fajobi one each for Nigeria who were leading 2-0 at the
Nigeria dominated from the start with left back Patience
Dike putting them ahead after only three minutes. Namibia tried hard to get
back in the match but their forwards were no trouble for the Nigerian defence
which was well marshalled by Christy Acheibe.
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At the other end, Namibian goalkeeper Batista Kasume pulled
off some fine saves but Nigeria soon got into their stride and Cynthia Aku made
it 2-0 on 33 minutes when she beat Kasume from close range.
The Flamingoes went 3-0 up early in the second half when
they launched a counterattack and Aku broke free down the right wing to score
past the outrushing Kasume.
Rasheedah Ajibade made it 4-0 on 69 minutes when she scored
from the edge of the box, while Yetunde Fajobi made it 5-0 with a fine shot
with five minutes remaining.
Nigeria will now play South Africa at the final stage of
qualifiers for a place at the 2016 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup.For
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