Former Super Eagles midfielder Henry Nwosu applauded the Super Falcons for keeping their heads up even after losing to Morocco in the WAFCON 2022 semifinals.
Anyone who watched the game will know that the Super Falcons did their best, pulling the game into overtime even though two key players were wrongly dismissed in the second half. In an interview, he noted that the Super Falcons deserve credit for showing a tenacious and resilient spirit in the game.
“I don’t consider this a loss but a victory for the brave Super Falcons despite losing two players and holding out until penalties.”
“You have to give credit to the women because they put in a spirited performance.”Henry Nwosu
For years this will be the third time, the Super Falcons did not qualify for the Finals since WAFCON play began. They finished third in 2008 and fourth in 2012.
The Super Falcons meet Zambia on Friday in a battle for third place. While the Bayana Bayana team takes on the Atlas Lionesses in the finals of the WAFCON game.